Monday, October 29, 2012

Monochromatic postcards and a giveaway.

Yesterday I had the enormous pleasure of going to Corrine's studio for some play time with other artists.  It was my second time playing with Corrine and Mandy, and my first time meeting Judy, Barbara and Urvashi.

We had so much fun.
Corrine's invitation suggested we make "winter white" mail art.  Apparently this color-loving group balked, and so she suggested "vintage color" instead.  As it turns out, none of us could resist the lure of Corrine's vibrant paint collection, but I did manage to make a few "vintagey" collages before breaking out the aqua and orange.

I was way too busy making, talking, playing, laughing, eating, and laughing some more to remember to take pictures of this group of wonderful women and the art we all created
(Corrine has a few here)
After I got home I cut my collages into postcards.

Here are a few:




As Hurricane Sandy breathes down our neck, I'm posting fast and furiously over at Mail Me Some Art.  How many videos can I post before the power goes out?

You should pop over there and see the amazing duct tape journals that have been made.
Ridiculously inspiring.

and oh yeah- I'm hosting a giveaway over there too.

Want to win this set of wonderful books?

All you have to do is be part of a 2012 MMSA swap (past, present or future) and leave a comment on the giveaway post.  There are still three more open swaps this year so if you haven't joined a swap yet, it's not too late.  Click this link to read more abut the giveaway and help spread the word.

8 comments:

  1. You did such a great job sticking to winter white. Nice post cards....It was so much fun to have you all at the studio just playing and creating, we will definitely do it again. xox

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    1. Wow! Beautiful post cards, very beautiful.

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  2. So pretty. I love the vintage look and they look full of texture. Stay safe and warm. Heat up the coffee, tea, or hot cocoa and create.

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  3. the collages look fantastic I wish I lived close, I love to play with color

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  4. love the new cards and am so envious of your art date. sounds like a wonderful time! xx

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  5. These subtle colours are like a whole new world, so attractive and appealing. Sounds like a really great get-together.

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  6. Karen.. SO GREAT to meet and do art with you. I did a blog post about our day at http://thekeytomyart.wordpress.com/2012/10/30/a-pre-storm-art-day/
    I hope we can connect again soon.

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  7. Thank you for my gorgeous neutral card...Deal! Next time at your house! We'll have to wait for warm weather to come around again to have more people at my house....

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