This is a total experimental page! I had a prepared page on my desk and pile of things by the side intending to use them on the page - Autumn colours I thought!!
Somehow within the hour I had something totally different. I think it was because as I took a photo of the goodies I had bought at Port sunlight I saw something in the stencil I used.
At the end of the hour I had this
You know how I love reflected light in Churches and Cathedrals so out came my Sheena Sketchy stamp and measured up the size of the stamp before dotting PA Fresco paints randomly over the area.I used the bits of paint left on my mat to stamp through a random dot stencil - it looks a bit like wall to me.I used Archival black to stamp the image.
I think it kind of works!
The words (using my computer) are from hymn written by Charles Edward Mudie, a Victorian gentleman who set up libraries in London, Manchester and Birmingham. I have a hymn book on a pile of books in my craft room and I had been using one of the other books so it was easy to find the hymn.
I have taken another photo from the side so that you can see the shine from the gold pen I used to outline the window
It is my latest entry for Art Journal Journey where Sheila has chosen the theme 'Architecture'
I hope I can link it while I am away with a scheduled post!
Thanks for looking, Chris