CSA(rt) Community Supported Art November 28, 2017 Amy Kollar Anderson The panels have arrived and are being inspected by Tobin. Tinsel is not the best inspector, but still, she is in charge of mica disc inspection. Ti counts the 50 panels and readies them in the studio. Getting started! Washes of Turquoise Deep acrylic paint. The white shapes are ink jet drawings that have been attached with gel medium. A little water to rub away the paper and the image will remain. Pouring medium drying in the sun. Painting pebbles. Gel medium transfers drying. Applying the gel medium transfers wing balls to upper layers. Detail of feather ball image. Detail of acrylic wash, mica, pouring medium, glass beads and some iridescent medium. A hint of feathers and another layer with iridescent medium. Looking through the layers. The paper waste makes an interesting texture! Embedding the paper waste into some pouring medium. Paper waste explosion. Sand texture medium. Tinsel in charge of progress... Gel medium transfer wing ball transparent layer. Glitter plume. The chaos of working on multiple panels at the same time! Crackle Medium 'island' with glass bead 'water.' Silver foil under layer. You are doing a great job, Tinsel. Iridescent medium clouds. See the final panels and learn more about the project HERE.