Poster art???

As this Saturday’s Craft Fair looms ever closer, I made a poster for my table this evening. I cannot do anything simply and leave it alone, it seems! I used a neutral brown sheet of A4 card and printed my text out onto copy paper. I then positioned each strip where I wanted it, glued them down in place with gel medium…. and went bananas!!

cbh-poster

I started masking the text and used white gesso with bubble wrap to create the base. I added splodges of brown acrylic paint with a screwed up cotton ball (for want of a better word!) – didn’t like that much, so I got one of my broken paint brushes and added spots of copper and black all over. I have erased my mobile phone number, but apart from that WYSIWYG! (“What you see is what you get”!)

I think people might come over just to see what it says, don’t you?!! And it fits in with Created by Hand this week for their challenge to use browns/blacks in our artwork… but maybe this isn’t art? I suppose it’s artistic license though… hmmmm.

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  1. great sign

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  2. Great poster. Love all the dots.

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  3. I think it’s very crafty (the copper dots look like pennies!) and it’ll definitely draw people in to read it. Thanks for you compliments!! BTW, I picked up 3 lovely red leaves today to try out your technique on! Good luck on Saturday, though I’m sure you won’t need any luck.

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  4. This is perfect, Rosie!! Very representative of the type of art that you do! This will surely draw customers to your table!!

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