A new round starts this week - and the farewell one as well. This has been a most enjoyable challenge - I will be so sad to see its end.
For this round, I thought I would once again create an art piece with a quote. The focus though will be on speaking out - against bigotry, prejudice, hatred, bullying, I know I risk alienating people, but I cannot stay quiet.
Even though I live in Canada, the fallout from the American election will greatly effect Canada as well as the world. In my 65 years this seems to be the most divisive election I have observed. It scares me. Meryl Streep gave us all a call to use our voices in the years ahead.
I found this article online and found it very powerful - well worth the read.
A is for Sally Armstrong - an advocate for women and for human rights; a Canadian journalist
A is also for Anonymous
Be sure to check here to see what others around the world do for A.
Each week, Julia Dunnit of "Stamping Ground" encourages us to share what we are working on and what our work spaces look like.
Here is my dining room table/ work space after finishing the cards above.
I've also started a new challenge for myself - using the projects in "The Collage Workbook" by Randel Plowman to ignite my collage practice.
The first project was to create 5 quick collages - each in 5 minutes. I gathered papers - the central image was from Christmas wrapping paper that I couldn't throw out and then IO just played with scraps I had. A fun, quick project.