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Art Collaboration: Mixed Media – a whimsical Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo whimsical Mixed Media Painting

Do you remember this Blogpost from a couple of Weeks ago, where I shared my Process of creating a fun Mixed Media Background on Canvas Board for an Art Swap / Art Collaboration with Ayala Art? Well – in the meantime her prepared Canvas arrived here and I added a cute little Frida Kahlo to it – then send it back to her! As Part 2 of this Collaboration we’re sharing our process of adding our Girls to the prepared Background today … here’s my Process Video of little Frida for you – hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I did creating her …

 

 

And some jucy Detail-Shots … because it’s all in the Details, right?!?

 

Frida Kahlo whimsical Mixed Media Painting

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Frida Kahlo whimsical Mixed Media Painting

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  • Suzette Edmond-Winch - Wow! this is definitely beautiful. I recently found your blog and will be doing some of your classes for sure, never done mix media before but will give it a go…How do you get the finish work to look so vibrant on screen?13. November 2015 – 07:23ReplyCancel

    • Cre8tiveCre8tions - Thank you, so happy you enjoy it. My pieces of work are very vibrant in general since I love to use bright, bold and vibrant colors – but after taking a photo or scanning the colors always tend to look a little more “dull” than they are in real so I always enhance a little by tweaking brightness, contrast & depth so it comes closer to the real colors again 🙂16. November 2015 – 20:08ReplyCancel

      • Suzette - Simply amazing work Andrea and thanks for replying…I will be signing up to one of your classes next week as I find your videos very informative and your work is just amazing.19. November 2015 – 17:48

  • Marie - Amazing work as usual, what is the white edging top and bottom please x16. November 2015 – 19:16ReplyCancel

  • Marie - Just watched the video, lol missed that bit! Thank you so much for sharing … I see it’s lace but it let looks almost plastic!? X16. November 2015 – 19:26ReplyCancel

    • Cre8tiveCre8tions - Yes it’s a Lace but it’s made out of some sort of Synthetic / Plastic / something rubber-like (not sure what’s the right word for it in english – not even know what it’s called in german *lol* – found it in the deco-corner of a local dollar/euro-store a while ago) – that’s why it has this shiny finish …16. November 2015 – 20:05ReplyCancel

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