Thursday, June 6, 2013

Mixed Media Morse Code

Stencil Girl Products, the brainchild of Mary Beth Shaw, continues to produce stencils from an amazing group of artists -- Pam Carriker, Michelle Ward, and Judy Wise to name a few. Included in that group is artist Jessica Sporn, who has invited a group of artists to take her stencils on a "test drive."

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Jessica started this back in December 2012 and since that time, posts have popped up all over the Internet showcasing what can be done with her stencil line. Today, I get to play with Dots and Dashes - or as I like to call it: mixed media morse code!



This cool stencil can be used in so many different ways. For this piece Found, I chose to use both the dots and the dashes to frame out the artwork. My supplies for the stenciling included acrylic paint, pouncing brush, Stabilo All pencil, and Derwent Coloursoft pencil.


Your can find Found for sale in my Etsy shop
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Make a pit stop today at Jessica's blog, where you can read more about the project and today's postings, as well as be part of a stencil giveaway. You can also stop by and see Carolyn Dube and Maria McGuire to see what each of them made with the same stencil. 

12 comments:

Carolyn Dube said...

Love how you isolated parts of the stencil to make your mixed media morse code!

Jessica Sporn said...

I love all the texture you have going in this piece - the way you isolated parts of the stencil - and the postage stamps -- LOVE them. Mixed media morse code is a great title too! As always, I am so grateful for you participating in the test drive.

Boo said...

Oh, I really like this piece. Love the color combo.

Corrine at sparkledaysstudio.com said...

Nice use of the stencil Seth and your color palette works so well with the vintage stamps. xox

Judy Shea said...

Loving this, Seth. What fun to use morse code theme. The stamps makes it pop.

Linda said...

Great way to use parts of the stencil and frame your wonderful page!

Maria McGuire said...

Color, texture, elements to keep my eye moving all over the piece--what else could you want??! LOVE it! Fun driving with you Seth!

Glenda Hoagland said...

Beautiful color and texture.

Ayala Art said...

Gorgeous texture and piece!

Marjie Kemper said...

Love your spin on this one using just parts of the stencil.... gorgeous piece!

Nancy Lee said...

Love the colors,use of the stamps and stencils.It always amazes me the ideas one stencil can give!!

Sandy said...

As always wonderful arting going on here, thanks for always inspiring. I have been hearing the buzz on Serena's new book, this is a "must have" for my summer art exploration, thanks for sharing.