The Kandinsky's Garden stencil by Carolyn Dube came about after standing in front of Kandinsky's paintings in a museum; she thought about how one always hears about Monet’s Garden and began to wonder what Kandinsky's garden would look like. The shapes, marks, and brush strokes from his artwork inspired these botanical designs. Are they tall trees? Clustered flowers? Something else? With abstract art, the answer is up to you!
Try using this stencil for art journaling, handmade cards and tags or mixed media artwork – these designs would be fabulous with texture paste or encaustics! You can also just use the tops of the trees for mark-making and backgrounds.
– 7 mil mylar is thick enough to be durable, yet thin enough for a seamless look in your art
– Made in the USA