Each month we nominates a paper project for “The Project of the Year” in TPC Magazine. At the end of the year, we will have nominated twelve monthly projects, one of which will be elected, by TPC’s readers, as “Paper Project of the Year 2023”. Today we have the pleasure of presenting the nominated project in April.
The nominated paper project in April is a gorgeous Mixed Media project made on canvas made by Lisa in Australia. The reason for choosing Lisa’s project is:
The colors of the art of Lisa Oxley are always vibrant. She is a collage mixed media artist that keep inspiring me over the years. She is generos to share her technique in daily tutorials under the hashtag #100dayproject
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Description of the project?
I have created a mixed media project on canvas panel.
How is the project created?
Its all about the process of creating physically. Getting hands on and painty.
Size of the project?
8″ x 8″ – 20cm x 20 cm
What kind of materials are used?
Acrylic paints, matt medium, stencil, collage material from Lucky_findingsartfoundations, focal image from TATTOO ART by Russ Thorne. See video here: Mixed Media project on canvas
How long did it take to create the project?
Approx 30 mins
What inspired you to create this?
I am currently participating in the yearly 100dayproject. Creating everyday for 100 days can be challenging, especially finding images to create with.I create for myself and for fun. This particular image was calling me to play on this day.
Address to any blog/website?
You can find me on Instagram as @Scrapwitchlisa
I do have a very neglected blog on the www.
Sleuths will have no trouble finding my “Blog of Shadows”.
If you want to vote for the Paper Project of the Month – April as “Paper Project of the Year 2023”, you will have the opportunity to do so from December 31st. 2023 to January 31st. 2024. On 7 February 2024, we will reveal which of the twelve paper projects received the most votes and therefore is “The Project of the Year 2023”.
This post is published by TPC Magazine.