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Monday, June 27, 2011

Green With Plaster


 Hi there.  I'm a bit late with this, but here is my entry to the Summer of Color for green week.  I've been so inspired by the techniques that I'm learning in the "Plaster Studio Workshop" online class, so I had to finally squeeze in some time for a little plaster play.  This piece is not quite done (I think), but I'm liking how it looks so far.  I think I want to mount it on something but I'm not quite sure how or what yet.  I'll let you know when I do.


detail shots


Ooh, I love this cracked plaster technique!  So much fun!!   

I also wanted to let you know that it will continue to be quiet around here for at least another week, so I'll try to get caught up with you after that.  Hopefully I can then participate more with the "Summer of  Color" fun.
Thanks for being patient with me. 
 I hope you're all having fun and making wonderful messes with paint!  xoE

12 comments:

Diane said...

Love, love, love!!!

Micki Wilde said...

ooh I really Love this!!

Mandy said...

I love the cracked plaster technique too...it looks so fragile...so ancient...like a precious relic from the past...loves it!..mmm..what would you put it on?xxx

Carin said...

Fantastic! I lo-o-ve this!

Brigitte aka Scrappassie said...

Wow, this looks fantastic! You make me so curious about this technique! But, I messed with paint and new material too, and had fun ;-) Thanks for showing this!

JessiVille said...

Hi E! It was worth the wait. Just gorgeous! One of my favs now...
Hugs, Jessi xox

Kristin said...

Oh WOW! This is awesome! TG to the rescue!!! . . . LOVE it, xoxo

Kellys Art Journaling/ Sharing The Journey said...

Esther;
I really love this technique. The cracked look is beautiful! I am sure you will find the perfect place to use this piece!
Hugs and many blessings
Kelly

Bev said...

this is so interesting, love this technique!
gorgeous, as usual!
xo

Crystal Cook said...

Wow, I love this! The color and texture is so interesting. ALl of your work here is just so lovely and inspiring, glad I found you!

Sada said...

This is AMAZING!!! I love how your talent & gifts just continue to evolve!! (With your hard work too!)
xo
Sada
http://dressologyhq.blogspot.com

Renee Troy said...

I did a cracked piece too, Esther and don't know what I will mount it on. I'm hoping to get some inspiration. Your work is amazing and continues to inspire me.