Butterfly Girl Mixed Media


Butterfly Girl Mixed Media
Created by Sophia Vida

I’m really enjoying the process of creating these whimsical girls and playing with my new supplies! This is my latest creation. I hope you like her!

Everything was painted with watercolor paints. I made the large white flower, the green leaves and the butterflies with stamps on watercolor paper that I painted and carefully cut out.  Last, I added a coat of Glitter Paint to the large white flower to give it a little bling.

In case you missed the last two posts for my whimsical girls, you can find them here: Flower Power Mixed Media and Feelin Blue Mixed Media. Stay tuned, more to come!

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Feelin Blue Mixed Media


 

Feelin Blue Mixed Media
Created by Sophia Vida

I had so much fun with my last post that I jumped right back in and created this enchanting girl. I’m still experimenting with my supplies but having loads of fun in the process!

In case you missed last week’s post, you can find it here: Flower Power Mixed Media. This all started with a fun class I took online by Susana Tavares called “Heart Whispers.” Susana is a very talented mixed media artist and if you want to learn more about her, just hop over to her blog at: SusanaTavaresArt.com.

The flower in her hair and the bouquet is made with stamps on watercolor paper which I painted with the same colors as her hair. Thought it gave it a little pizazz. More to come, stay tuned!

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Flower Power Mixed Media


 

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Flower Power Mixed Media
Created by Sophia Vida

I took a fun online class by Susana Tavares called “Heart Whispers.” Susana is a very talented mixed media artist and you can learn more about Susana on her blog at: SusanaTavaresArt.com.

Although I can’t go into detail on how this piece was created I wanted to share it with you anyways. I’m not the best at drawing faces, it can be very intimidating at times especially when adding color.  But I worked up enough courage to create this lovely girl.  If you look closely at her, there are lots of mistakes but I love her anyways! It was a great learning experience and I intend on creating more. So stay tuned!

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