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Tuesday
Sep122017

Indian Pouch

My Indian Pouch was a result of a lesson I was giving to my acrylics class. I was emphasizing the point that no painting should be destroyed. If you have a "failed" painting...you need to keep working on it and finding something else to make it work. This example was to turn it into a pouch by adding gel to make it leatherlike, sewing it together and adding beads and feathers to make an interesting piece. I created two and one has sold. This one is left and is for sale for $85. It is contained in a shadowbox frame with a background of stamped rice paper. Contact me at triciastudio@att.net if you are interested.

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