This week's topic is glass. I often envision my work as fabric or wall art – something flat – so working with a substrate like glass was a great push. I tried out a few templates and really enjoyed the pursuit.
Week two of Make Art that sells Home Decor class. We focused on one of my favorite substrates, FABRIC! Here are my solutions.
Thrilled to be enrolled in Make Art that Sells Home Decor class. We are well under way and finishing up week two of the five week class. The first week we concentrated on one of the five main substrates in home decor, metal. We were given the option between three mood boards to be inspired by for the duration of the course and I picked the farm theme. Our first topic to focus on was birds.
Sad to sat it's the last week for the Make Art That Sells course. It's really been a great way to develop projects. The final assignment was to create a "full" design for a zipper pouch based on a collection of items. I chose vintage floral brooches and made the collection "ladie's night".
This week in the Make Art That Sells course we were assigned "wall art". We could approach this traditionally or digitally so I went the mixed media route. I ended up working on an entire collection collection based on everyday stuff.
This week's final assignment was to create a book cover or spread for the fable "The White Cat". A mysterious little white cat helps out a handsome prince trying to win over his father's Kingdom in a competition with his brothers. Here's my cover solution.
The general structure of the course is to work on mini assignments at the beginning of the week which leads up to a final assignment. This week we are working on children's book illustration. The mini assignment is to explore cats. Here they are!
Wrapped up the second week of Make Art That Sells with this dinnerware collection, "Animal Kingdom."
Staffordshire Pottery is this weeks inspiration topic for the Make Art that Sells course I am taking. I had not heard of it before but it proved to be inspirational! Here's one of my renditions as I prepare for the final assignment.
Just finished up week 1 with the Make Art That Sells Course! The focus was bolt fabric and the theme was vintage kitchen. The challenge was to incorporate pyrex and pasta.