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Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Arty Girlz - Frames

Here is my entry for the Artygirlz Challenge this week, which is frames. I decided to share my atc view finder frame (hope this counts), which is laying on a work in progress cloud painting, inspired by Alex Shur in her article in Cloth, Paper, Scissors a couple of issues back. I've gotten it to this point and can't decide where to go next. The technique is fun. I just haven't fully grasped it yet. Still working on it though. :) Check out her blog to see how it's supposed to be done.


Cloud Inhabitants--WIP-pencil, sharpie, gesso, watercolors on wc paper--quite a concoction of souls, huh? :) Can't decide whether to cut it up into smaller paintings or leave it whole with enhancements. I'm using the view finder frame to see how many atcs I could make from it, but at the same time I hate to cut it up. Decisions, decisions! :)

Ms Mouskette (see post below or visit group) was voted the honor of being on the Mojoart group home page until the next challenge. This challenge was "Celebrating Women." She and I appreciate the votes and the honor. :)

7 comments:

Stempelchaotin said...

Wow this is brilliant.
Fabulous background. Love them.

Faye said...

Sharon, I love that background. I'd hate to cut it up, too but think how many gorgeous cards you can get, not only ATC cards. I have a view finder frame for other sizes too. Great idea to show your frame.

Julie said...

Beautiful Sharon and I will definitely check out the link

Thanks for joining in with this weeks Arty Girlz challenge

Julie x

crissi said...

Aw look at those faces in the background its gorgeous, i would leave it as a whole.

Thanks for joining in with the Arty Girlz challenge.

crissi xx

Linda Elbourne said...

I love that background

Sherrie Y said...

Hi, Sharon! This looks like fun... I'm so glad you stopped by so I knew to come looking for you.

I always laugh when I get a comment about the drying rack... it happens often enough that I did a little post about its construction here (with better photos!).http://brushandbaren.blogspot.com/2008/03/thats-better.html

Have fun! And I'll be stopping by regularly to check on what you're up to!

Jane said...

Wow I love this too!
You have such a unique and interesting style, and I will be back often to see more!
Jx