Friday, 2 March 2018

Grungy Panel

Hello friends
I hope you are all good!

Today I had a snow day, which meant I couldn't get into my day job
 due to the "Beast from the East" snow storm....its been so cold here in the UK
it hasn't helped that my boiler has seized due to the frozen pipes, so at the moment I have no central heating or hot water....Thank goodness for our log burner!

As cold as it has been, it has allowed me to finish this panel of grunge, that I started earlier in the week...
Due to other commitments and recent deadlines, Ive not really had chance to create for myself,
something that I've really missed..... so today I made time just for me!
The panel is an offcuts of plywood that I save from the log burner...
I've used a real mixture of lots of different products on this, sometimes
I forget to use all the stash I have stuffed away, so this was great
to experiment with products I already have.
The star is mounted on an old vintage camera lens from my stash, 
I attached some rusty wire around it
I've used lots of layers, stencils, mediums, paints...it was a anything goes kind of make!
I've used lots of layers, stencils, mediums, paints...it really is an anything goes kind of make!
As always please feel free to leave a comment, I appreciate each and every one
I really hope that the snow clears up soon....we are in March right?
Have a great weekend
Kaz
x


8 comments:

  1. There is a real richness to this Kaz, I love it. Fabulous depth and layers. Gorgeous piece. Tracy ❤️❤️

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  2. So many beautiful textures and rusty colors. The wire and bolts are the perfect embellishments.
    Kate

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  3. So very lovely, Kaz!! Those layers of grunge are AMAZING! Hope your snow melts quickly, and that you stay warm! Take care! Stacy 🖤

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  4. Amazing creation, this is one to admire and soak in all of the elements.

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  5. adore this, its a treasure. An elegant grunge. So pleased to see your work and you back at the top. Lou xxx

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  6. Very impressive! You have also achieved a real warmth with the colours you have used.
    Lisa.

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  7. So amazingly beautiful Kaz. xx Love the details, hope it warms up soon for you.

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  8. Oh no to the boiler - I hope it is all fixed now... Your panel is gorgeous Kaz, I love that you added some hints of colour, the rusty wire looks amazing and as always, love the texture! So glad you got to create for you... Hugs, Anne xx

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Thanks so much for passing by the little shabby shed....your comments mean so much xx