So what I'm combining are different styles of collaging with paper. The first one would be my style that I've always been drawn to--patterns and shapes with a definite design in mind before I even start which would be this house that I did--
And the next one is a she-art girl which is what Christy taught us in her workshop--
I will never get tired of making these girls. It's like making AND playing with paper dolls again! Half the fun is wondering what kind of outfit to make for them, and with what kind of paper--endless possibilities.
And the third one I did was the background that my girl's on. It's Jane's version that she teaches in her Portraits and Papers workshop--
very random collage---tearing and filling in the space--basically painting with papers. I love all of these techniques and combined them all to put on this cupboard door--
One of my favorite parts of these doors is the outside, because it's an instant frame for your artwork. I just collaged randomly around it and added some embellishments--