Sunday, December 4, 2016

{Art Boards} Cross in the Window

Today I finished the four art boards I have been working on in Roben-Marie Smith's class called Paper to Painting. If you would like more information on the class, click here. In the class, we were to make three art boards but I was able to get four out of my work. I am very pleased at how they turned out, and I will be making more of these. They were so fun, and I learned a few tips along the way. First let me share the four boards together, then I will show them individually so you can see more of the detail.

Cross in the Window Boards

Cross in the Window 8x8

Cross in the Window 6x6

Cross in the Window 5x5

Cross in the Window 4x4

While I love the grouping of boards, I do have a favorite. Can you guess which one? Which one is your favorite? I would love to know. My favorite is noted below the product list. :) I hope you have enjoyed these. And if you have never taken one of Roben-Marie's classes, this is a great one to start with! Thanks for stopping by! Blessings,

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My favorite art board is the 6x6 because the cross looks like it's in a garden to me. :) How about you?


Susan kopp said...

Stunning Patter, my favorite is the 8x8. The cross is at a slant, like it is propped up in the corner, disgarded because it is no longer necessary for the miracle to come to being.

Roben-Marie said...

Oh, Patter! I LOVE these and while they are all beautiful, I am drawn to the 8x8...I think because I like that the cross is tilted a little. Amazing work and thanks for the shout out!!

Anne-Marie said...

I truly admire your lovely artwork. You use your talents well.
If you are hosting some form of Scripture Challenge next year I hope to be able to take part. I am sorry I dropped out this year with all that has been going on in my life.. nothing real negative but taking up lots of my time and also with the pinched nerve in my vertebrae set me back for some time and it is something that will possibly return one day.

I will take this opportunity to say.. may you and your loved ones have safe and happy Christmas celebrations.

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