Art in a Button
I thought I'd share some of the artwork I've done so far for a few of the buttons Jeff and I created for our little art biz "tinyshinart.com"
Here are a couple of collage pieces:
I asked Jeff to paint some random freeform strokes in watercolour which I then composed and cut through the window of the circle cutter. Next, I selected and carefully placed a couple tiny fern-like leaves onto the little watercolour discs. Finally, I carefully assembled all the button components and pressed them together with the button press. Voila! No two are alike.
Here are a couple other one-of-a-kind collage buttons I created:
The first one is an assembly using scrapbooking accessories. It's a fun little piece. The button on the right is a section of dried leaf from the Forest Pansy Redbud tree. I love the colours and the veining on this one.
The other buttons I pressed are what I call "Fabulous Fibres". Here are a couple examples of these:
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