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  • "Sleeping beauty"Mixed media collage acrylic painting

    This is mixed media collage acrylic painting on a stretched canvas by TATIANA OLES SLEEPING BEAUTY 24"x30" Painting was made from designer paper ,antique map and painted with acrylic paint. Painting is covered with varnish
    Posted to Share Your Mixed-Media Art by Tatiana Oles on 11 Dec 2010
    Filed under: collage, paper, mixed media
  • Quilters Exercise with black and white paper

    Good Morning, I'm a visual artist from Ohio and have faithfully purchased the QA magazine for years because so many of the techniques serve as inspiration for my work on paper and mixed media creations. Several years ago there was an aritcle in QA magazine regarding an exercise used by quilters when...
    Posted to Say Hello! by WEPA on 8 Jul 2010
  • christmas diamonds detail

    This is a nice view of the details on the hand painted paper and the fabric-paper diamonds.
    Posted to Share Your Mixed-Media Art by Ronni4 on 16 Sep 2009
    Filed under: paint, paper, art quilting, mixed media, fabric-paper
  • Christmas diamonds

    paper, fabric, fabric-paper, acrylic paint, machine stitching, hand embroidery, ribbon, beads, brads, gold leaf pen, buttons
    Posted to Share Your Mixed-Media Art by Ronni4 on 16 Sep 2009
    Filed under: paint, fabric, paper, art quilting, mixed media
  • Tyvek®

    A "paper" that is made from high-density polyethylene fibers and has the characteristics of paper, film, and fabric. It can be stitched and when heated it shrinks and distorts.
    Posted to Glossary by Barbara Delaney on 9 Sep 2009
    Filed under: surface design, fabric, paper, film
  • Transfer Artist Paper (TAP™)

    Paper used to create transfers with an iron. The resulting image is colorfast, washable, ironable, and stretchable. TAP can also accept drawings and designs made with crayons, markers, and coloring pencils.
    Posted to Glossary by Barbara Delaney on 9 Sep 2009
    Filed under: surface design, paper, transfers
  • Rag paper

    The symbol of quality is still a paper that is made from 100 percent cotton rags. At one time, rag meant cotton taken exclusively from cotton textile remnants. Now very few cotton papers are made from rags, either entirely or partially. The difference between true rag papers and cotton papers made from...
    Posted to Glossary by Barbara Delaney on 9 Sep 2009
    Filed under: paper, cotton paper
  • Mulberry paper

    This paper, made from the mulberry tree, has lots of texture and its edges feather easily when wet.
    Posted to Glossary by Barbara Delaney on 8 Sep 2009
    Filed under: surface design, texture, paper
  • Lokta paper

    Lokta paper, or Lama-Li, is cultivated from the Daphne Bush that grows high in the Himalayan Mountain region of Nepal. Tibetan refugees create the most exquisite and versatile handmade lokta papers on the planet. Lokta has four deckled edges and is a very strong fiber. This bush completely regenerates...
    Posted to Glossary by Barbara Delaney on 8 Sep 2009
    Filed under: fibers, paper, earth-friendly
  • Japanese tissue

    A strong paper that comes in different patterns and colors and can be stitched.
    Posted to Glossary by Barbara Delaney on 8 Sep 2009
    Filed under: surface design, tissue, paper
  • Chrysalis

    Paper quilt, study for larger work, I'm readying to split my skin....incubating.............
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by arlee on 1 Aug 2009
    Filed under: hand dyed, arlee barr, beading, paper, hand embroidery, acrylic paint, paper quilt, original design, science, chrysalis, dyed, bugs, insects
  • Re: Cracked Paper Quilts

    I love your "from the gut" response. I don't think I am nuts, but if I was, I probably wouldn't know it! I am so happy to hear that you are intrigued enough to play with this . . . I have found it to be a very satisfying way to work on many levels. I discovered that I actually enjoy...
    Posted to Quilting Arts Magazine by carolwiebe on 13 Jul 2009
  • Circles and buttons

    Third in a series of encaustic works, this mixed media collage was inspired by my family. It includes my current interests of melting wax, paper, and buttons which are all strong, dreamy memories of time spent with my grandmothers and parents in the 50s and 60s. Dad was a beekeeper and my female relatives...
    Posted to Share Your Mixed-Media Art by denisemarie53 on 11 Jul 2009
    Filed under: collage, paper, mixed media, beeswax, circles, encaustic, buttons
  • Re: Cracked Paper Quilts

    Thanks, Judi! I went to your blog and really like the Hello post, writing as one greedy artist to another. You are doing some amazing art. Congratulations on your achievement of such a body of work! I decided that I would explore the Cracked Paper Quilt method in depth because I also am in love with...
    Posted to Quilting Arts Magazine by carolwiebe on 10 Jul 2009
  • Another Austinite saying hello

    Hi everyone. I just got my new issue of QA in the mail yesterday and stayed up way too late browsing through it. I didn't get a chance to wander by here until late in the day today and so will not have a lot of time to look around and find my way for a few days. I dabble in lots of different media...
    Posted to Say Hello! by AnLiNa on 2 Jun 2009
  • "West"

    Torn paper flower collage using magazine pages, acrylic paint, stained tissue paper, wallpaper, and ink 12" square
    Posted to Share Your Mixed-Media Art by Serena Barton on 23 May 2009
    Filed under: paint, collage, mixed-media, paper, Serena Barton
  • Anne Boleyn

    My portrait of Anne Boleyn, second and most famous wife of Henry VIII of England. Anne is painted in acrylic. Her headdress is collaged from a reproduction of a letter from Henry to her, declaring his undying love. Other paper and ink elements are used in the piece, including a reproduction of Anne's...
    Posted to Share Your Mixed-Media Art by Serena Barton on 22 May 2009
    Filed under: paint, collage, mixed-media, Layers, paper, portrait, Anne Boleyn, Serena Barton
  • Hi - newbie in UK

    Hi all I registered a few days back, but have not introduced myself. I've been stitching all my life. I'm never really sure what camp I fit into, as my studies were in embroidery, then paper arts - but I prefer a 'less is more' look to things. Also my creations mainly involve stitching...
    Posted to Say Hello! by FibreReaction on 12 May 2009
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