Sunday, August 14, 2011

Jello paper cut painting


Many monthes ago there was a challenge to paint a dish of jello and a spoon...I never entered this piece and while rummaging around I found the paper painting and thought that it was nice enough to show. Funny how distance from something changes our perspective.

8 comments:

Carol Blackburn said...

Hmmm, that is quite different Linda. Reminds me of the mosaics I played with as a child.

Janice said...

This is fun Linda, I like the contrasts

Virginia Floyd said...

That is so cool! I really like this better than a lot of the paintings!

LindaHunt said...

Thanks Carol...yes...I too remember the mosaics as a kid...kind of similar!

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Thanks Janice.

Thanks Virginia...they are fun to do but very tedious because the pieces are so small.

Kim said...

Such a strong, graphic, smart piece! Excellent! I'd love to see a series.

Victor Errington said...

Hi Linda.
I like this painting very much. Unusual but lovely unusual. I`m not sure what you mean when you say, Paper Painting. let me know will you please Linda? Also I like your, We are one painting, excellent. All the best Linda.
Vic.

LindaHunt said...

Hello Vic, thanks for stopping by! The paper cut painting is really like a collage. I use special colored paper (coloraid paper) because of the beauty and wide range of colors. I cut free hand the shapes and then use acid free glue to adhere them to the surface. It is fun, but oh so time consuming. I used to do a lot of them, but, now just now and then. Thank you for liking my cherries painting!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Oh I LOVE Color aid paper. This is fabulous!