Collage Using Citra Solv Paper
Citra Solv paper is one of my favorite things to have in the collage stash. It provides many wonderful accidental effects and unexpected colors. This first collage is a new one. The Citra Solv paper is the black and white piece at the top, and the bottom piece is from a sheet of hand painted paper, using a big brush and bold strokes in thin acrylic. (Click the link above for instructions for making these beautiful papers using Citra Solv cleaning solvent and pages from old National Geographic magazines.) Other magazines can be used too, but National Geographics have the best inks for this process.
Here are two more small ones . . .
And some of the Citra Solv papers in my stash:
A portion of this last one was used in the collage titled “Tread Softly.”
What are some of your favorite collage materials?