On the Wings of Love

I’ve had this idea in my head for awhile and finally created it.  I adore all things Prima…so I’ve been adding to my collection over several months.  It was time to pull a bunch of things out and actually do something other than collect!  It’s only called hoarding if you don’t use it right?  LOL

I was inspired by Finnabair’s Art Recipe:  Timeless Patina.  Oh, that girl is amazing!  I was fortunate enough to spend two days taking her classes!  She was so inspiring, a sweet person and a wonderful instructor.

The project starts out with the Prima bike, that I added some random bits of Graphite Texture Paste to. When that was dry, I used my Fluttering Flowers stencil with more of the texture paste.  Then I started adding my elements…Sandra Evertson Archival Cast Chivalry (wings), and Flaming Hearts. Then came lots of Prima Mechanicals, beads, flowers…all added with Art Basics Modelling Paste. (Finn’s hint to use a glue gun to attach the pieces before using the paste is pure genius.)

Once that was all dry, I coated everything in Art Basics Heavy Black Gesso.  Then the magic began…adding the shimmer and color.  First I used two shades of Inka Gold to highlight some areas. Then using some Art Basics Soft Matte Gel, I added Art Ingredients Glass Beads, followed by some glitter.

Here’s a close up:

Such a fun project to make!  Might be my favorite piece to this point.  But it is so near and dear to my heart as it’s a piece to commemorate our 40th wedding anniversary.  If you look closely you’ll see the number 40 in a couple of places.

I’m entering it in the Mixed Media Place Creative Gym #11 as I’ve used Finnabair’s Art Recipe: Timeless Patina as my inspiration.

Back soon with more my sweet friends…

10 thoughts on “On the Wings of Love”

  1. This is AH-MAZING! I love the sculpture you've create to commemorate you 40th wedding anniversary. I can tell that it was a labour of love. Amazing design, incredible details … this is truly a work of art. Congrats on your first big “finnabair” piece. I'm in awe of your talent, dear friend. xx

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