This one was originally going to be another in the Fire Sermon Series. But it needed to go in another direction. As a joint project for our daughter who is going to collage, I did a Thangka drawing of the White Tara, which her mother is turning into a quilt. Anyway, I had blown up the drawing to a bed-sized scale, and had an extra copy on hand. So I had large scale outlines of Buddhist floral and cloud motifs and a Tara. So I cut up some sections of these and used acrylic xerography transfer to place some forms over the electric red-orange. But the painting went in a different direction, too vegetal to really be a burning or dissolving, so I went with it.
These two are slightly unfinished and use acrylic painting and xerography transfer.
|I laid out an area of white extending vertically with green on the sides|
I laid out the areas in blue, also using wide masking tape. I then added some skins. This one uses acrylic skin transfer as well, You take dried acrylic from paper pallets and use them to do a transfer like a regular acrylic transfer, only the palette peals right off. After that I did the acrylic xerography transfer.