Detail from a larger fluid art canvas, using a flip cup & a dirty pour on the same canvas. I love how the cells have come out on this, and was very pleased that the contrast of the orange & blue didn't mix to create a muddy color Fluid Art, acrylic abstract paint on canvas

Detail from a larger fluid art canvas, using a flip cup & a dirty pour on the same canvas. I love how the cells have come out on this, and was very pleased that the contrast of the orange & blue didn't mix to create a muddy color Fluid Art, acrylic abstract paint on canvas

Fluid art. Detail from a larger abstract canvas of pouring acrylic. Beautiful cells using cyan, turquoise, cherry pink, black and yellow acrylic paint. Pouring medium- flotrol, wood glue & water with silicone added

Detail from a larger abstract canvas of pouring acrylic. Beautiful cells using cyan, turquoise, cherry pink, black and yellow acrylic paint. Pouring medium- flotrol, wood glue & water with silicone added

Fluid Art. I love the finish of this pouring acrylic canvas. I had some left-over paints from other canvases that I had been pouring & decided to do a flip-cup & a dirty  pour. Was surprised at how well the cells worked in the orange section of the painting, as some of the paints had been mixed for quite a while. 1 of my favorite paintings and I have chosen not to seal it with a varnish 600x600mm

Fluid Art. I love the finish of this pouring acrylic canvas. I had some left-over paints from other canvases that I had been pouring & decided to do a flip-cup & a dirty pour. Was surprised at how well the cells worked in the orange section of the painting, as some of the paints had been mixed for quite a while. 1 of my favorite paintings and I have chosen not to seal it with a varnish 600x600mm

Mixed Media, journal cover. textured background with gesso, tissue paper, foil and embossed aluminium sheet.  Dry brushed over with acrylic paint

textured background with gesso, tissue paper, foil and embossed aluminium sheet. Dry brushed over with acrylic paint

Detail of a larger canvas.  Fluid art, pouring acrylics, flotrol, wood glue & silicone on canvas. Acrylic abstract art, large cells

Detail of a larger canvas. Fluid art, pouring acrylics, flotrol, wood glue & silicone on canvas.

Detail from a larger abstract art canvas. Fluid art, pouring acrylics, flotrol, silicone, wood glue and water.

Detail from a larger abstract art canvas. Fluid art, pouring acrylics, flotrol, silicone, wood glue and water.

Mixed Media Tray I loved this range of Scrapping Paper and instead of doing the normal decoupage, I wanted to elevate it to another level, so used clear glass tiles, which I used to mosaic over  then grouted.

Mixed Media Tray I loved this range of Scrapping Paper and instead of doing the normal decoupage, I wanted to elevate it to another level, so used clear glass tiles, which I used to mosaic over then grouted.

Fairy frames I had a bunch of old frames saved up & came across rub-on transfers, so I sanded down the frames and created these mixed media frames by using different ceramic & wooden elements that I had

Fairy frames I had a bunch of old frames saved up & came across rub-on transfers, so I sanded down the frames and created these mixed media frames by using different ceramic & wooden elements that I had

Mixed media Mosaic Lady This has to be one of my all-time favourite pieces! She is painted in acrylics, onto a wooden board, 2mx1.2m & I have used a combination of clear glass tiles and colored mosaic tiles.

Mixed media Mosaic Lady This has to be one of my all-time favourite pieces! She is painted in acrylics, onto a wooden board, & I have used a combination of clear glass tiles and colored mosaic tiles.

Stained glass fairy I love working with colored glass & these lead torsos were ideal for making into fairies

Stained glass fairy I love working with colored glass & these lead torsos were ideal for making into fairies

Ceramic houses. I have a passion for houses & am still wanting to do a class using them in various ways. At this time I was going through a ceramics phase & had loads of fun making these crooked houses. I like the unglazed  finish, which gives it a muted 'earthy' finish

Ceramic houses. I have a passion for houses & am still wanting to do a class using them in various ways. At this time I was going through a ceramics phase & had loads of fun making these crooked houses. I like the unglazed finish, which gives it a muted 'earthy' finish

Decoupage Tea Tray I am so often inspired by papers and so when I saw this paper, with these quotes on, I knew that I had to utilise it somehow & I didn't want to lose the essence of the paper. I have painted a wooden tray, decoupaged the paper on & covered it with a clear epoxy resin

Decoupage Tea Tray I am so often inspired by papers and so when I saw this paper, with these quotes on, I knew that I had to utilise it somehow & I didn't want to lose the essence of the paper. I have painted a wooden tray, decoupaged the paper on & covered it with a clear epoxy resin

Dragonflies Stained glass, clear glass and pebble dragonflies. I love making these, they are so simple but turn out so beautifully & look gorgeous either hanging in the garden or in a window

Dragonflies Stained glass, clear glass and pebble dragonflies. I love making these, they are so simple but turn out so beautifully & look gorgeous either hanging in the garden or in a window

Mosaic mirror, mixed media I absolutely love this mirror! I love the idea of the fairy garden and using a variety of different elements. The fairy I drew onto colored glass & cut out using a scorer. I then nipped the glass to shape. The grass I painted onto the board with acrylic paint and then cut clear glass.  The frogs I made from clay, glazed and fired in a kiln and the toadstool is Fimo clay. The rest of the elements are glass pebbles and different mosaic tiles

Mosaic mirror, mixed media I absolutely love this mirror! I love the idea of the fairy garden and using a variety of different elements. The fairy I drew onto colored glass & cut out using a scorer. I then nipped the glass to shape. The grass I painted onto the board with acrylic paint and then cut clear glass. The frogs I made from clay, glazed and fired in a kiln and the toadstool is Fimo clay. The rest of the elements are glass pebbles and different mosaic tiles

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