Posts Tagged by art
|January 31, 2017||Posted by Robin under Art Journal|
All New Journals..
Each day on my FB page here: RobinMeadDesigns I will list a few new journals…whoever types SOLD first in comments gets to purchase the journal..Here are a few that I have made and will continue with these and other styles as well..!!
|January 19, 2015||Posted by Robin under Art Journal, DLP2015|
DLP 2015 Line-Up of Guest Artist Appearances…. and guess what..Im on the list..
It is an Honor and a Joy to have been asked to be a guest artist for the DLP 2015 …and here is the list of all of the other Guest Artists…Wooo Hoo..very exciting indeed..! Thanks so much to the Art to the 5th Team ..You Are Awesome..!
|August 29, 2014||Posted by Robin under Mixed Media, Technique of the Week|
Iris is a wonderful Mixed Media artist that shares many wonderful techniques on her You Tube channel. I found Iris by seeing some of her videos on Facebook..and quickly looked up some of her other videos. She has a gift for sharing new and unique ideas and techniques and I always walk away inspired.
My name is Iris, I am a London-based mixed media artist. I live in the heart of London with my beautiful family (husband, 2 boys & 1 cat).
I am passionate about mixed media art, art journaling and inspiring people to be free to create the way they are meant to create and shine the way they are meant to shine! Self-actualisation & (female) empowerment through art is something very close to my heart and I can talk about it for hours!
My art includes heavily textured backgrounds, bright colours, shabby & grungy elements, uplifting or inspiring phrases, faces & cute girls. (this is always changing as I discover new and exciting techniques and ways of pushing my style forward!)
My site & blog are at http://iris-impressions.com
“Technique of the Week” featuring the wonderful and super creative Tammy Garcia of “Daisy Yellow” blog
|August 15, 2014||Posted by Robin under Art Journal|
|April 18, 2014||Posted by Robin under abstract|
Trying my hand at using a palette knife…I really loved it…its fun spreading the paint like frosting , but even more fun seeing the unexpected surprises of the blends you get when combing colors layered onto each other. This was my first piece done completely with a palette knife..I’ve tried it on different pieces as a small part but never the whole piece..I think I’ll be adding a few more..