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Monday, January 3, 2011

Putti flying overhead


You can have Angels flying overhead




A few life-sized stencils and a little paint is all you need




These were painted "on the ground" and then attached to the ceiling




Never pass up a new building site without asking for permission to "harvest" a few Drywall pieces




Stenciled onto dry wall slabs, added freehand garlands and flowers




The edges are broken off and the entire piece is aged with furniture stain



I wanted to give the impression that the painted panels were rescued from a historic site



To begin with, the idea was to temporarily attach the panels to the ceiling in order to determine the spacing. 




I was then going to paint a blue sky and Putti onto fabric canvas and attach it to the dining room ceiling




For now I explain, if asked, that the Putti were broken away from an ancient Fresco.

Gina

Stencils: Royal Design Studio


13 comments:

  1. Hola Gina, incredibly beautiful painting you did, I really love, love it!!! It´s so nice coming to visit you again and your wonderful blog, and your home looks so gorgeous.
    thank you so much for your visit.
    cariños from Chile
    maria cecilia

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  2. forgot to wish you and your family a very happy and blessed 2011, and may it brings much love and health to you all.

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  3. Wow, these are fantastic, Gina! I wish you sold them in your shop. :)

    Happy New Year! xo – g

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  4. Dear Maria Cecilia, Looking forward to seeing your new rose garden in bloom. Thank you for sharing so much beauty.
    Wishing you and your family a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.
    Love, Gina

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  5. Dear Georgianna, The painted boards are just a little too large for my Etsy shop. Shipping is always a problem. I can, however, do the next best thing and print a few images for you on cardstock so you can have a few cards to share with friends. Just let me know.
    Love, Gina

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  6. Gina, your work is lovely. You are very talented! Thanks for stopping by to visit HFTS. I hope you'll come back often. Happy to find your blog. ~ Sarah

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  7. Gina, These are gorgeous! I love the look of the "fragments". Thanks for joining my Open House party.
    Hugs,
    Sherry

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  8. Dear Sarah, and I'm so happy to find your blog.

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  9. Dear Sherry, I'm so glad that you like my little deception. Joining your open house party is always fun. Thank you for having me.

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  10. What a cool idea - well done!

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  11. What a clever idea! They look wonderful.

    Happpy Pink sAturday!

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  12. What a fantastic idea. Love it!

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  13. Hi Pat, hello Aunt Snow and hi Judy, You would be surprised how easy it is to stencil an image onto boards. When you next see a building site, ask for permission to reclaim a few dry wall boards. And have fun playing with designs.

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