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Artist Sherie Tengbergen shows you different projects you can make with recycled paper.
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Types of Art You Can Make with Recycled Paper
On behalf of tvlesson.com my name is Sherie Tengbergen. I’m a professional artist with the watercolorgourmet.com. In this clip on recycle paper art, I'm going to show you the different kinds of projects you can make using recycle paper. I’m going to begin with this particular picture that you see here. The mask in this painting which I call falling from your lips is a mask that was created out with my handmade paper and I molded it over a round object to create a look like the nose was coming out and then I use gold felt pin accent the eyebrows and I use some burgundy paint to create the mouth and then the leaves and the brick that you see in the background is old water color paper that I colored with water color paints, coffee and like you see here ice tea mix and salt and that’s what created that wonderful texture.
I also like to use my handmade paper and my round paintings and all of these are handmade paper. This one here has bark dust in it. This one has a little bit of coffee, tea in it and its brown handmade paper and then this has coffee grounds in it and I layered that to make it look like rocks on the beach.
In this particular painting, I went with more of the green tones. So you see my paper towel handmade paper that’s been colored with a little bit of green tissue paper. I’ve got some green paper that I created with strings in it and yarn. And I have some again some of the coffee, tea and salt paper that you see here and I even use branches from a tree to make the tress in this particular piece of art.
For oceans scenes, I like to use again the handmade paper to form the rocks and the trees in the background. And to show us an example of this and the last one I would like to show you is the one that I get the biggest kick out because it has a dead lizard that I recycled in it who was laying on the hammock and all of these palm trees is made with handmade paper and this is coffee, tea and salt on the bottom. So those are some of the things you can do with this particular art form.
On behalf of tvlesson.com this is Sherie Tengbergen and thank you for watching.