Sunday, February 01, 2009

Snow Queen Paper Snow Globe


Lately, I have been concentrating on exploring artwork with shaped pages and three-dimensional objects. I now use more fibers and embellishments than I have ever used before. Sometimes I even focus on the edge of my project. This "Snow Queen" was a free downloaded image from Dover. I used paint, colored pencils, and extra thick glitter snow on the rounded edge and extravagant feathers. Endless possibilities.... saved treasures waiting to emerge with deep personal meaning. I am hoping this Queen will wave her wand to make all this cold and snow go somewhere other than here!

6 comments:

Nancy said...

Nancy--The Snow Queen is absolutely beautiful!

Her Art Nest said...

Thank you, Nancy, for your kind words. I challenged myself to use blue and white colors since I usually do not use them. It was nice to hear from you again! Glad to see that you have created a blog.

Debra said...

These ladies are lovely. My friend from tennessee calls me the "Snow Queen" being stuck in Michigan. I love the fairy tale. I believe I have a copy of the old cartoon version that Tommy Kirk and Sandra Dee lent thier voices to. You did a great job!

The Rustic Victorian said...

Oh Nancy,,,we speak the same language,,,just beautiful!!!!

Kris Dickinson said...

Oh my! These are absolutely fabulous!

Alex said...

I love this! The feathers, the image, the colors, ALL of it!!