And I love this one with the amazing and very unique border.
So onto our technique for the day - playing with shave cream - To start, use ordinary shave cream....when I did this years ago I was told to use Colgate...I have no idea why but the generic above left seemed to work fine. You'll also need a large, shallow tray. You can see Denny has filled her tray almost to the top and is spreading it around. This part feels really good and gushy...really makes you feel like a kid again.
Paints were dropped on the surface...you can see the thinner ones tended to expand a little more.
Sue's husband Wally who is so handy (and built all the shelving units in her huge studio) made one of these for each of us...They were great and created the kind of patterning you see on the right.
Here is Denny doing her usual experimenting, always opening up doors for new ways to do things. Some more stenciled pieces featured.
These have become Denny's trademark, cutting out silhouettes in magazines to use as a mask or printing tool. I think they are so unique and so Denny.
globs of paint on a piece of glass (left), took another piece of glass to lay on top to create the veining (right) and then printed it off by laying
and our 2 sweet doggies who loved being with us and guarding our work.
Off the Wall and Whoop Whoop Friday.