One exercise we had in a Mixed Media class was to think of something we did with paper. Me I thought of folded brochures, and the next thing I was doing was masses of sketches of paintings with folded paper incorporated into them.
Painting of the Chalk Cliffs at Stevns Klint in Denmark, acrylic collage of folded watercolour paper mounted on wooden cradle panel, 18″ x 24″. The chalk cliffs are white with coloured greys, rust and ochre staining. The flint nodules that form the stripes running through the chalk are primarily blue-black although in places they are a rich blue colour. This blue stripe has a tiny white heart in it, and the rock at the bottom is stained blue-grey.Side view of the painting of Stevns Klint showing how the painting wraps around creating yet another 3D effect.Two paintings of the Klint and two photo of Diptychs on the wall at my studio during the Eastside Culture Crawl, Nov. 12-21. I’m in Studio 218, 1000 Parker St., Vancouver.More of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Books & Paper.
5 thoughts on “Folded Paper Painting of the Chalk Cliffs at Stevns Klint in Denmark”
I love the last wall and everything in this post. ❤
I sold the folded painting of the Klint so the last wall looks different now, but I think it still works.
Wonderful post for this week. Thanks so much for joining along in the fun. 😀