Life Book Lesson 47 – Intuitive Painting With Chris Zydel.
I didn’t feel at ease with this lesson because of her philosophy, but I did the homework nevertheless by following her prompts because I want to be open minded, but not so open minded that my brain falls out.
I get the part about using the intuitive painting as a vehicle for getting more deeply in touch with our own intuition and our muse, but my muse was out on vacation. LOL
In other words, it was hard for me to grasp the concept of her teaching style by not demonstrating her painting process, so I was truly grateful that Tamara stepped in to demonstrate her take on this lesson.
In the first segment, she said to use five minutes and just throw paint on the paper without thinking, and that’s what I did.
Kind of looks like a couple of a stick figures.
The next segment was to paint something in 30 minutes without thinking and this is it…
I looked closely and sea creatures appeared,
a whale, and a porpoise.
And a seahorse or female figure, and a mermaid that I sketched in pencil.
Life Book 2015 – week 48 – Bonus: Smush-Book – 9 Muses – with Donna Downey and Bonus: Playful Word Fusion with Lynzee Lynx and a combination of the two with Tamara.
Had so much fun working on these three bonuses.
Donna’s video was showing us how to use left over paint in a ‘smush’ page, although this is not the page I used, but I wanted to show you what a smush page would look like; I’m going to use it on my next project and make more silhouettes.
After adding acrylic paints and stencils, I created this page. the silhouettes reminded me of aliens so I added three planets on the right hand side.
I used my 6×6 Urban Landscape stencil by Ronda Palazzari by adding white acrylic paint and outlining it with a black pen.
I added the three circles and which became planets and added the words on the stencil “Wander and Explore” and where the planets are “Travel and Journey.
and Lynx had us work on a word fusion exercise.
The fun part was combining both smushing and fusing and bringing them together in a very fun way!
Tamara’s video I introduced us to the gelli-plate (which I have already tried and love) and then create a painting like Donna’s and used the fused words too!
I hadn’t used my gelli plate in a long time, so I had so much fun creating these prints.
Then I took one of the plates I created and made a smush page that didn’t turn out as beautiful as Tam’s but I’m already thinking about the next one I will create.
This is on an 8 1/2 x 11 piece of cardstock which held up pretty well even after I added all the acrylic paint, splatters, and black ink.
Mh, butterfly wings, another insect wing, or angel wings like one of my friends said – you decide!
I used the word fusion for this one – Playmily and Funting using my interlocking stamping letters.
Stay tuned for more Life Book 2015.
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