Chronos or Kairos

Or just old Father Time ...

Hello lovelies, yes another one from me, but this time I'm entering The Paper Artsy Challenge whose theme is Time.  What a fabulous idea! It so open to interpretation. I'm also linking it to lovely Kim Dellows Art it Friday.

I had some idea what I wanted, I'd picked my stamps which was a flower stamp from PA Hot Picks 1008 and I wanted to use this on their metal card and then cut it out. Other than that when I started I had no idea. Well actually when I started I was just playing with an idea. 

I took a Gray/white board and brayered on some Little Black Dress


I adored how this looked but experimented further by adding Blue Glass 


I then sprayed it with Lyndy's Stamp Gang buccaneer Blue. I loved the gold glimmer it gave my board.


Now it was time for coffee and to look at my board to decide where to go next. If you go back a couple of photos you may be able to see the shape of an eye, well I did. 

I used a Fude pen to form a face from what I could see.



I could see it was a man and with time on my mind he became Father Time.



I added some stencilling in Blue Glass and once dry  used the PA stamp on the board as well as on the metal board. I formed a flower  to offset the sinister look of FT.






I hope you like this as much as I do. It was such fun to make.
 Bye for now hugs Debs xx



Deborah Wainwright
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19 comments:

  1. How perfect that Father Time showed you his face. Every time I look in the mirror these days... I see Father Time... HaHal.

    Love the process and patience it takes to do you kind of art.

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    1. Thank you Wanda. I see FT in the mirror too lol xx

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  2. Love the brayered background and yes, I saw the eyes too... Great piece, Debs!

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  3. Wonderful work and surrealism art Deborah. xx

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  4. This is my fav kind of art - donno why but it totally thrills me to find something in my background and bring it to life. I absolutely am THRILLED by your face Debs. Your creation is FABULOUSLY WONDERFUL. For sure, you have inspired me. Thanks bunches! j.

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  5. It's wonderful! I love all of the layers and the blues are fabulous!

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  6. A fabulously textured creation Debs and love those moody blues.
    Fliss xx

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  7. Wow! I love how that brayering looked even before you added the marvellous Father Time face. I love your art! You always surprise and delight. xx

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  8. Very atmospheric piece Debs, I love your style of creating, very organic....the best way to be in my humble opinion :)
    Biggest hugs
    Donna xxx

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  9. Wonderful Debs, fabulous background and seeing the eyes of your Father Time and using that as your inspiration was perfect.

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  10. Wonderful! I love the man that just appeared in your brayering.

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  11. Loved reading about your creative process, and Father time is looking very moody and mysterious. Great page!

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  12. I too, loved your brayered effect Deborah! This unique, stimulating and interesting! xx

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  13. This is beautiful, Debs!!! You are a real artist!!!

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  14. Wow - there's a fabulous mysterious depth to this - love it!
    Alison xx

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  15. Wonderful. Love the backround.

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  16. Oh fab Debs, I love all the texture and then Father Time sneaking through. Thanks for linking up to Show Your Face and for the lovely shout out too. Kx

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