That say two heads are better than one. We decided to put that to the test with our dear friends at Rubbermoon Art Stamps and we believe we've come up with some interesting results.
Visual artists seldom get to collaborate with others to create a piece of Art so we're presenting a series of pieces created by two or more artists.
Our first piece was set in motion by Rochelle Gaukel and Kersten Christianson.
Sit back and Enjoy!
When my partner Kersten Christianson mentioned to me that she had a metal shrine, I knew right away how I was going to use it in this collaboration. It would fit in perfectly with the two stamps from Rubbermoon.
The Rubbermoon stamps used for this project were the Madonna and the Nicho #2 from Kae Pea. They were stamped into Sculpey clay, embellished with some ball chain, and trimmed and baked according to the package instructions.
Once they were baked they were ready for the bright colors. A little crackle medium gave the shrine the vintage character it needed. As well as some dark wax to antique it.
I added one of the toppers from the Relics and Artifacts Imperial Eggs set as well as a cross from the Crosse Icons set. These finished off the look I was after.
Some turquoise and red beads set off the vibrant colors of the shrine and the madonna is so sweet inside.
Relics and Artifacts Imperial Egg topper
Relics and Artifacts Crosse Icon
Rubbermoon Madonna stamp, Kae Pea
Rubbermoon Nicho #2 stamp, Kae Pea
Rochelle Kretz Gaukel
Kersten Christianson- Day 2
Heather Thompson- Day3
Sandee Setliff- Day 4
Darlene Madden- Day 5
Shari Acuff- Day 6
Milagros C. Rivera- Day 7
Maxi Moon- Day 8
Sherry Matthews- Day 9
Monica Downing- Day 10
Kristen Powers- Day 11