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Art Information
Sku: ART692
Gallery: Stamp Francisco
Medium: Card
Category: 30 African

Stamps Used
30-036 30-030

Lines Used
Stamp Francisco

Rubber Stamps Keywords
African People Men

Supplies Used

Technique
A background was created by tapping wedges from a Clearsnap Petal Box directly onto deckle edged Judi Kins cardstock, starting with lighter colors and moving towards darker colors. The Man Silhouette 30-036 was inked directly onto the rubber with metallic marker and stamped onto the cardstock. Three "tiles" were made by gold embossing a strip of cardstock, triple embossing with clear powder and stamping the Tiny Petroglyph Person 30-030 into the glaze while still hot. When cool, the images were then colored in with metallic marker. The tiles were cut out from the strip, and re-embossed to set the edges. They were then mounted onto the red/yellow cardstock. The piece was mounted onto magenta cardstock.

Artist Information
Artist Name: Sally Rarback
Artist Location: CA
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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

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