#assemblage #foundobjectart #beagrob Welcome back to another video where I give a glimpse into the making of found object art also called assemblage. It is a time consuming process not only the assemblage itself, but also collecting, hunting or gathering items to turn into pieces of art. Each project is one of kind in regard of the finished project and/or the making of it. So it is everytime a new challenge, which I love. Now enjoy the timelapse.
A quick page where I play with tinted graphite and charcoal for a whimsical face
A flipthrough some of my smaller journals
Drawing and painting a face for the videohop#3girlsand12faces
Just quick impression from a little stroll in the side valleys are less crowded. Perfect to recharge the batteries as an artist. Fall is one of my favourite seasons, with all the colored leaves and the less hot weather, but still warm enough to leave the studio without making myself “coldproof”. Yes I’m know to be cold all the time oh well😉 Now enjoy the little video further down.
For those who want to see all the pages I made in my last video here a quick flipthrough. And as I mentioned I did use some of my papers, fabric and lace, but mainly I did use my printables which you can find here. Just scroll a bit down below the calendar printable.
Making a journal with my own digiprints and more
Testing the new supplies like colored charcoal and graphite for a sketch in my journal
Welcome back to another painting I did recently. I do love the cosmos flowers, their color, the shape of their flower petals and also the very fine filigree of the stems and leaves. We don’t have them every year in the garden, this year we actually had sunflowers. We have only a small patch to grow flowers. Here some images from a flower bouquet of this years patch and a image of last years cosmos flowers. And if you want to see how I did some abstracted Cosmos Flowers just look further down to find my YouTube video. Enjoy!
Drawing and painting a whimiscal face on a given background for #3girlsand12faces