As many of you may already know, I LOVE using caulk in my art. And I must be on a caulk binge right now, which suits me just fine. This is a special piece to me, one I'm very fond of, because I made it as a gift for a very special artist, person, and online friend, Corinne Stubson, whom I admire a lot. And I'm very happy with how this piece turned out. The theme is a circle theme, one of my favorite themes for art, and one I keep going back to.
Normally, I explain how I make my art and the technics I use, and I so enjoy doing that. However, I just spent 45 minutes typing up this post, then previewed it, then lost it. It just disappeared. Which made me want to tear my hair out. So, I'm not going to redo all that again. I've done other caulk circle pieces that I've explained, so if you're interested in this technic, you can find caulk and circles in my labels on the right side of my blog. Those will pretty much explain my caulk technics.
Also, the leaf in this piece is a real leaf from a tree in my yard. The dimensions of this piece are 5x7 inches, so it didn't take that long to make. Enjoy.
Addendum: I just remembered I explained how I made this piece on one of my yahoo groups, the Collagecats group. Here's the link to that group. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Collagecats/ The number of the post that explains this piece is #56932, so if you're a member of that group you can read it there. If you're not a member, you might want to join because it's a great altered art group. There, now I feel better, having explained how I made this piece but just not on my blog.