What's On Your Work Desk? Wednesday 291

Well this is the last WOYWW for 2014.  I missed last weeks as I was ill (spent all of Christmas in bed) I had all good intentions of writing a very quick post but it just didn't happen.  To see what WOYWW is all about then pop over to see Julia she'll explain it all over at the Stamping Ground.

So what's on this weeks desk well I can't really share what's on my desk as it's for a magazine article.  I can however show you what I had left on the desk yesterday (and was still there this morning) so technically it still counts right?  This is another painting I started last week.  It's on a much bigger scale than the one I made in the 5x7 journal - very daunting to have all that white space staring at you.  

Well that's it from me short and sweet.  I hope everyone has a wonderful New Years eve and brings in 2015 with a massive flurry of sparkle.

Stage 2 adding colour and details

The beginning- stage 1 

Gelli prints from last week.  The bottom 2 right prints are on Daler Rowney cartridge paper - ghost/clean off pages they always seem to be my favourites.  The other prints are on fusible interfacing.  I used Stewart Gill textile paints.

Happy New Year


Helen Campbell said...

I like your painting, Anita. And can't wait to hear more about the article when you can tell.
I haven't tried gelli prints on fusible interfacing... that gets my mind working. Must get out gelli plate and play!
Wishing you a Happy and Creative New Year!
Helen @NaturesWalk #44

Neet said...

Saw your name and came on to wish you well. I kept seeing snippets on FB and was hoping you would get better quickly.
Here's to 2015 being a healthy year for you.
Hugs, Neet xx
ps pass my best wishes to your mum and dad too please.

Artatag said...

I wish you and your family a very happy and successful New Year!
Gabriele 25

Alexandra said...

Lovely creativeness you have here. What are gelli prints? I'm not sure I've heard of that before.

Happy New Year! :)

Anne said...

Love it. Sorry you were I'll , I am now! Happy New Year Anne x #28

April Story said...

Hope you are feeling better. Lovely painting. April #48 Happy New Year

Lisca Meijer said...

So sorry to hear you've been poorly. Obviously you're feeling better as you've posted this week.
And you have painted. That is a good sign. It's a beautiful painting. I love that turquoise color.
Happy New Year to you and yours,

Zsuzsa Karoly-Smith said...

Your painting is coming around nicely! It will look gorgeous when finished - of that I'm certain! Lovely prints as well! Hope you're doing better now, Anita. Best wishes for 2015!

Fuzzie Fingers said...

Ghost prints are my favourites too.