A4 Art Australia Exhibition 2023 – March 4th – April 10th weekends & public holidays Herring Island 
'Lilith' by Cheryle Bannon©

‘Lilith’ by Cheryle Bannon©

Finally completed the colouring of my Lilith sculpture. I like the way it worked and it has opened up new possibilities of ways of colouring the White polymer clay. I used raw sienna as a base coat and let it dry. I then used my inktense pastel set as a paint pallet and added colour in areas. I went over the hair in burnt umber acrylic paint and wiped it back so you could see the underneath colour. I do love using the inktense pastels as a paint pallet as the colour intensity is great and it is easy to use.

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