Friday, 8 February 2013

Under a Musical Sky


This was quite a fun project that I kind of made up as I went along. I would add one thing, then decide to add another, etc etc. In case you are wondering, the part of the sky with musical notes on it is tin foil, the rest of the sky and the paper planes are made from an old torn up copy of Jane Eyre (I know, it is a sad story when I tear up one of my favourite books for art. Don't worry, I do have another copy!), the bird and the girl's dress is from pages of a dictionary (extremely shameful!) and everything else was done in black ink. I hope you like it, even though it is very different. :)

9 comments:

  1. I like it a lot! Good job! Nice creativity!

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  2. That is so neat! I love music and I loved how you incorporated the music notes into the sky(hence the title;) It is such a whimsical picture...beautiful! I love the little violin too;p
    -julianne

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  3. "don't worry, I have another copy!" haha that's funny....but WOW! That is absolutely INCREDIBLE!

    have a wonderful weekend beautiful girl!

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  4. Mixed media art is awesome.

    Haha, I'm notorious for cutting up books. Usually they're old atlases or art/photo books that I buy at book sales or thrift stores though.

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  5. Jess, if I could favourite this blog post, I would. Stunning work! I love it so much! And such a clever idea. :)
    Tane ♥

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  6. Thanks everyone :) I really enjoyed creating this artwork and am busy on another, similar one. I will post it when it's finished! :)

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