This is the piece of "art" that I started when I was in Perth at the workshop with Maggie Grey.
It is slightly darker in real life but when I took a photo of it you could not see all the details so I waited until the sun was shining very brightly (which it has been doing the last couple of days) and I took another photo.
I am not going to give you all the details as to how it was done because that would not be fair to Maggie but I will tell you that it has copper shim-Kunin felt-water soluble paper-and stitching that was done on solvy.
I think most of the techniques are in her latest book.
I have embellished it with hand made beads- some wire and the discs in the bottom right hand corner are made from rusted beer bottle tops-(which I picked up around the local grog shop) the smaller ones were trimmed down with a big pair of shears.
I have used Golden acrylics to paint the bits and also some Goldfinger in both gold and copper.
I have mounted it on a box canvas that I painted black.
Even if I do say so myself I think it looks good and I am pleased with it.
Francoise asked how big it was and I am sorry that I forgot to mention it in the post.
It is 18cm x 20cm unmounted.