Google+ LISTENING TO THE SQUEAK INSIDE art by Kirstin McCulloch of LilliBean Designs: ☆ Paper Cut Princess [Friday Art]

Friday, March 21, 2014

☆ Paper Cut Princess [Friday Art]


So last week I shared with you the work in progress shots from the Paper Cut Princess I had on my desk.

Last week she had me stumped. I wasn't sure of where she was going. Over the weekend, I painted the paper dolls. I didn't want them to be white, so I painted them grey.


But it didn't work.... I hated it.

So she sat for a couple of more days on my desk, until I decided it was time to forge on. 

Paper Cut Princess
mixed media acrylic painting
12 x 8"
I am so pleased I persevered. In the end, this colour worked a whole lot better. But I am still not sure of who she is or why she is the Paper Cut Princess. I just know she is.

And I love that sometimes, even my paintings aren't clear to me. 

What do you think? Who is my Paper Cut Princess? I would love to hear what you think.

By the way - did you know that I have a little give away happening this month? I need your help + by answering one little question you are in with the chance to win an original painting. Pop over here for more.

Have a fab weekend
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11 comments :

  1. Totally amazing! I love her eyes. :)

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  2. So true that the art has a time table and mind of its own! So glad you kept working with the Paper Cut Princess! Happy PPF!

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  3. She is adorable!Love your work!

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  4. I just want to give her a squeeze-so adorable Kirstin!!! I did comment on your giveaway but not sure if you received it...

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  5. I have no idea who she is, but she is adorable.

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  6. Beautiful Princess, she's a mystery.

    Annabelle ~m..m~

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  7. Beautiful eyes, great work.

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  8. Eventually you will know why she is called that....for now just appreciate her beauty!

    Hugs Giggles

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  9. Love that the pink on the dolls adds just a bit on contrast to the teal and black - lovely, as usual!!

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  10. thescrapcat.blogspot.dkMarch 27, 2014 at 6:01 PM

    She's beautiful :)
    Even though she looks a bit sad - guess that's a part of her story :)
    Thanks for sharing.
    Marianne

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  11. This painting is wonderful! Her expression is telling me she is desperate for her paper cut princess to come to her! Her longing is palpable! Happy PPF!

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