The center card, center right and top right cards were all trades received in recent ATC swaps. I am sharing these in case you venture into non-SU trades as the are quite a bit different than SU-trades. They are performance art. I did all the others- the lionfish and the needlenosed fish are done in embossing powders using Fred Mullett's techniques. Peony is done by embossing and then watercoloring with reinkers.
Date: Tuesday, October 24, 2006 GMT Views: 1456
Registered: February 6, 2005 Location: near my stamps and paper Posts: 5267
Tue, Oct 24, 2006 @ 8:23 AM
These are stunning, Nina! I'm especially drawn to the peony and lionfish - wow and wow! They're so intricate and vibrant! Wish there was a zoom button for the gallery. Just gorgeous! (Is that you in the corner?)
Sneaking in at work to say WOW! These are all just superb. I
don't know where to start, the creativity and originality is outstanding. Thanks so much for sharing these, and giving the rest of us a light to go by.
------------------------------ “And art made tongue-tied by authority”
... Sonnet 66, William Shakespeare
Registered: January 1, 2005 Location: North Central Florida Posts: 2488
Tue, Oct 24, 2006 @ 10:34 AM
The lady in the corner is Judy Godwin, a very popular ATC instructor at the "A Small Cleverness" shop in Orange Park, Florida. She has a class monthly, and we make four ATC's. So I decided to make a card with her in it- a big hit. Sometimes morphing scrapbooking into cards works...