About the art: beginning with a repurposed wood panel (I think part of a wardrobe door perhaps?) and throwing layers of paint on it. The goal was to build interesting colors, texture and varying lines and patterns. I got pretty wild with the color for a sec! But knowing I wanted a night scene, I toned it down a wee bit. Using a circle-shaped board, I coated it with thick paint in neutral moon-tones and pressed it into the layers to keep it spotty but round. Then hours of tearing painter's tape (the torn edges make everything more organic) and rolling it down firmly with a brayer. A fast coat of glaze, sprayed with a water bottle while partly cured and then toweled back in places. Let the paint dry, pull off the tape and VOILA! A final coat of clear spray added to protect the colored pencil markings within the paint.
Jen Jovan and her imaJENation