Lullaby Canvas or I better post this later in the day ;)

Some very good friends of mine have a new addition to their family  – I am sooo excited for and with them 🙂

For the little one I made this Lullaby Canvas – truly hoping they will like it…cause …I am sure the little one will not start throwing its rattle against it…or maybe it will? LOL

The canvas was inspired by the amazing Sue Pelletier and an old German Lullaby song “Weißt Du wieviel Sternlein stehen?” which means translated “Do You Know How Many Stars There Are?”

Here is the song for you…please do not listen to it before you finished your day tasks- LOL- remember it is a Lullaby song and I don’t wanna be responsible for your head falling down onto the keyboard…;)

weisst_du_wie_viel_sternlein_stehen

ah …you know…I better make this post an evening post 😉 …oh wait…evening in which part of the world? ….LOL

I used heaps of paint media – eager as always seeing how they work together 😉

PaintMedia: Liquitex Gesso, Derwent Inktense Blocks and Derwent ArtBars, Liquitex Acrylic Inks, Liquitex Heavy Gel Medium, Liquitex Super Heavy Body Paint  – FUN!

It was fun to work a bit more with burlap – I love that material and a new material for me: paper clay- which is what Sue Pelletier is very well-known for. Love the possibilities of this. The rest is old news…some tissue paper, metal pieces, wire, ephemera, fabric, canvas fabric and yet putting it all together and getting excited each day as a project evolves is fun. And my fave is thinking I make this for friends I love during the process. This canvas is full of fun memories of times I spent with the amazing parents of the little one. I so miss them here! Now hope they don’t read my blog- LOL- because the package is still traveling overseas.

Speaking of Lullabies…which comes to your mind?

Wishing you sweet dreams tonight 🙂

Nat

 

 

Comments

  1. hey art chica…..it looks wonderful! thanks for the shout out. would love to pick up some international art girls with on line classes.

    love your work and your spirit!
    xx
    sue pelletier

  2. Love this project, so bright and beautiful!
    My mum would always sing to us ‘I gave my love a cherry’ at bedtime 🙂
    http://www.myspace.com/music/player?sid=28591174&ac=now

  3. Love the eye candy when I visit!! What a fun canvas!

  4. Sue Clarke says:

    I just woke up so I won’t listen to the song yet, but that is such a wonderfully bright and textured gift!

  5. I love the colors so vivid and so many together and all the texture that you have given of course that will have a very sweet little sueños.Gracias to you I discovered the Derwent and are fabulous.
    a hug

  6. Kathy Gledsdale says:

    It is a really lovely present. I adore all the texture and colour!

  7. It’s lovely,Nathalie.Thanks for sharing!

  8. Sooo schön geworden, die Farben einfach der Hammer. Was bitte ist Paper Clay? Lullaby: Lalilu … natürlich! Liebe Grüße Birgit

  9. Such great texture and color! My mom is from Germany (Kassel) and would sing “Guten Abend, Gute Nacht” to my sister and I. We also had a little pull-string music box with a Hummel painting on it that played the same. 🙂

  10. jjsobey says:

    You have me looking around for scraps of burlap to ’embed’ in things now. You are an enabler in the best possible way.

    I love this canvas – perfect for a little boy!

  11. beautiful colours and textures

  12. Gorgeous!
    I have always sung “Pieni tytön tylleröinen” to my daughters as a lullaby.

  13. M. Carmen - Cuchy says:

    awesome colours! and the texture… yummy. Love the canvas. I’m sure the little one will have sweet dreams having it hanging on the wall.

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