StampFrancisco.com Site Last Updated: 3/28/2017
  My Account | My Wishlist | My Gift Registry
HomeQuick Order FormArt GalleryTell A FriendAngel PolicyShipping Rates Subscribe To BLOG
Welcome to Stampfrancisco.com About Us | Contact Us | Customer Service | Advanced Search
Account Login
Email Address

Password

 

Forgot Password?
CLICK HERE
Mailing List
Enter Email Address:

Subscribe
Un-Subscribe

My Cart
Please Login to view your Cart.

Click Here To Begin Shopping



PayPal Verified
eBay
Home > Art Gallery > Browse By Artist: Sally Rarback > Gallery Item

Browse By:
Look In: [Slideshow] Find A Gallery Item

First Entry Previous Entry Entry: 10 Of 27 Next Entry Last Entry
ART691
ART691
Email this artwork to a friend
 
Art Information
Sku: ART691
Gallery: Stamp Francisco
Medium: Card
Category: 30 African

Stamps Used
30-044

Lines Used
Stamp Francisco

Rubber Stamps Keywords
African People Women Dance

Supplies Used

Technique
A background was created by painting a mixture of Judi Kins Diamond Glaze dyed with drops of Marvy Ink Refills onto heat resistant acetate. White still wet, fine grade glitter was dropped into the paint. This was allowed to dry and then the acetate square was turned over and the Woman 30-044 was stamped on the front of the square in permanent black ink. A frame of yellow cardstock 1/2" wide on the sides and 5/8" wide on top and bottom was cut out and the acetate was mounted onto this frame with double sided tape. The framed acetate was then mounted onto a larger square of the same color and outlined in gold metallic ink. Stars and dots were added in orange and green marker. This was mounted onto shiny black cardstock.

Artist Information
Artist Name: Sally Rarback
Artist Location: CA
Artist Email: Click Here To Email
Artist URL:

Artist Bio
I came to rubber stamping via a long route of interest in other arts/crafts: I started out as a weaver, culminating in juried shows in Boston's City Hall and various galleries, then was led (by the poor quality of mill-dyed yarns) to hand-spinning my own yarns, then to felting, then to paper-making, and finally to rubberstamping, and to my latest love, bone-carving. When the bone is polished to a smooth shiny surface, I use images from rubber stamps to carve outlines into the bone, and then I fill the image with polymer clay inlays. I am also interested in investigating the possibilities of altered books. I teach classes at Luna's Memories, a scrapbooking/rubber stamping store in my home town of Half Moon Bay, CA

First Entry Previous Entry Entry: 10 Of 27 Next Entry Last Entry



All Rights Reserved StampFrancisco.com 1982-2012® | Contact Us | Site Map | Help | Home