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Vintage Flowers

by: Shawn Andrews
March 21, 2017

Vintage Flowers

I love all things vintage and grungy…I also know that this is about the time of year that all of us who live in the Mid to East coast start dreaming of spring and warmer days… So I put the two together my love of vintage grunge and the hope that soon the flowers will be blooming and the sun will be shining. Enjoy the video!

Items Needed:
Deco Art Media Matte Medium, Gesso, Modeling Paste, Ultra Matte Varnish,
Fluid Acrylics (Phthalo Blue, Green Gold, Cobalt Turquoise Hue, Quinacridone Red, Titanium White)
Antiquing Cream (Titanium White, Raw Umber, Carbon Black)
Americana Acrylics (Avocado, Coral Blush, Blue Mist)
Andy Skinner Stencil; French Elements
American 18x18 stencil Wildflowers
12x24 Canvas
Rags
Assorted brushes
Palette knife
Vintage wallpaper
Book pages 
Vintage papers
Scraps 
Tissue paper





Be sure to visit Shawn Petite - A Journey of Art and Inspiration for more projects and to learn more about Shawn Andrews.

Comments

It's beautiful Shawn. It makes me think of an old artifact that was resurrected. The colors are just so antiquated and pastel - so lovely. The flowers just look like they were buried and some how were preserved as imprints. I'm not describing this well but... it's a very UNIQUE, INTRICATE and STUNNING piece of artwork. Xj.

Joi@RR

March 22, 2017

Awesome work of art and fabulous video of the process steps. I love how you've used the antiquing cream to grunge it and give that very aged feel to it, it's a fabulous design Shawn xxx

Brenda Brown

March 23, 2017

This is beyond beautiful, Shawn! Love it and would love to dive deep into that sea of beautiful texture and paint! xxx

Claudia

March 23, 2017

Beautiful work as usual, Shawn! Question .... I see you use raw umber antiquing cream, but have also seen you use raw umber paint thinned down ... what is the difference? Depends on your medium? thanks!!!

Sue

March 28, 2017

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