Monday, February 11, 2013

29 Faces #11

This is a painting I did on paper, then glued down into my fabric book and incorporated it with the plaster. It's based on one by Peter Mitchev, I think it's fun to work in someone else's style sometimes. Ink, gesso, charcoal and paint.
Now off to watch the Westminster Dog show and check out some other 29 Faces blogs...


  1. Good morning, dear Terri!
    I love your beautiful face and this amazing technique. It is work to together all in all. The colors, the effects, just perfect.
    Hugs to you

  2. this is beautiful. I'm not familiar with Peter Mitchev at all but if this is in his style then I like it very much!! I love how different all your faces are - the different techniques you use and mediums. brilliant.

  3. Ooh, this is interesting! Great face, love the colours and shadowing and, of course, the leaves and berries. Great texture too, with the plaster :)


  4. It is fun to try other styles. Love the colour. It's a beautiful piece.

  5. Oh, I LOVE this! I admire Peter Mitchev too. Love all the texture on there, and that eye!

  6. very cool! Also love # 8...really enjoying looking at your faces

  7. Oh how unusual! Love the colours and textures. Really stunning.

    Karen x


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