Friday, March 4, 2016

ART on Friday



March came in like a lion - hopefully it will go out like a lamb. We got over 6" of snow and since I am the designated snowblower, I was out for a bit on Wednesday.


Now we are going to have a few days of plus weather next week - even into double digits!

Here are a few things I have been working on this week:

Colour Me Positive:
The quote this week for the  "Colour Me Positive" challenge (hosted at LuLu Art)  focused on beauty and altho the extra challenge was to use flowers, the idea of puzzle pieces was what drew me. I used photos of myself through the years as well.



Journal Play
This quote about habits wouldn't let me go and so I created a journal spread for it. I am reading Gretchen Rubin's book "Better Than Before: Mastering the Habits of  Our Everyday Lives" - and enjoying it.



Faces
Even tho the 29 Faces challenge is over, I still want to continue the practice of creating faces. With the range of faces of myself I had for the journal page above, I decided to try to sketch a few of them.



Art Tags
I only created a few tags this week - I'll have some to catch up with for my 366 day challenge.
Here are a couple:

I also created a tag for the ABC Wednesday challenge for H.




APCs
I also completed a set of APCs (altered playing cards) for a swap at ATCs For All.




Linking also with:

Paint Party Friday

Express Your Creativity

Show Your Face

Inspire Me Monday


6 comments:

Maarit at Violets Corner said...

Great artwork, happy friday!

Linda Kunsman said...

super art projects-love the puzzle piece pages especially! Happy PPF!

Giggles said...

Nice variety...love the snow!!

Hugs Giggles

Tracey Fletcher-King said...

fun pages... and the low looks magically cool to my eyes as I go through the longest hottest summer in history!!!!

Nicole Beadwright Campanella said...

Wow you are busy. I too am continuing a face a day. I really enjoyed 29 faces. Your art is all beautiful and full of life. Have a nice Sunday

Beth Niquette said...

What thoughtful pieces. I loved them all. Happy PPF!