Vignette Assignment with Claudine Hellmuth

Making a vignette was the third assignment for the Composition Big Picture class with Claudine Hellmuth.

Inspired by Michael Parkes’s beautiful paintings, I incorporated a couple of his images with other paper ephemera and an advertisement for the background which I distressed using cardboard and Never Dull (metal polish). Japanese tape and acrylics were also used.

Claudine said, “Wonderful composition! great eye movement!”

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  1. amy Persons says:

    I like the balance of proportion. At the risk of repeating myself, it’s very difficult to make these pieces pleasing and not just messy. You have that in hand.

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  2. Sunny says:

    Your painting is “beautiful”! But YOU are even more beautiful!! As for the question about the pincushion-headed figure…I will probably do another one when I do the figures again. I have to be in the mood…they are pretty intensive so I only do them a couple of times a year. I am currently finishing 8 dolls though!!

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