I added a bit of color with water color pencils.
In cleaning up my studio table, I found cool stuff to cut up into substrates. With only one added piece, I get an interesting composition.
This collage is on a piece of card stock that fits into a First Cover envelope. I made this specifically to send to someone who likes Mary Cassatt.
Here's another composition using the same substrate as in #125.
More circle Mail Art.
Here's how I created the circle pieces. I worked on large sheet of water color paper, making circles with the stencil and the graphite and pencils.
I added water and when dry, I cut the paper into Mail Art sized pieces, Artist Trading Card pieces, and left overs for book markers.
After the pieces were cut out, I sprayed them with matte fixative.
Hmm, I'm thinking I should do the spraying before I cut them up, oh yeah, that'd be better. Right?
This is a view of the 23221 Post Office the other day. I was sitting in the parking lot and noticed that the clouds were gorgeous! Notice the light on the side of the building had come on because the light was low. The wind blowing was nice to show the flag better.
Here's my studio table post clean up. I'm so happy that I spent the time to clean up and organize. on the left is a plastic box holding received mail. I'm pulling pieces from that to send responses. On my wall, are new inspiration pieces.
I'm happier in my studio now that I have more making space on the table.
How messy does your space have to get before you clean it up?