Thursday, July 16, 2009

Buried treasure

As a collaboration with Seth Apter and about a gazillion other artists, I decided to participate in his "Buried Treasure" collaboration. The rules are simple and few. Per Seth:

"On Thursday July 16 all participating bloggers will re-post one (or more) of
their favorite posts from their blog."

In that spirit, I wondered what post had generated the most comments and found my basement reveal was one that lots of people liked.

As far as art goes, this is one of my favorite assemblages, and it got only one comment. So, I hope you will take a look and leave a comment if you like it:

The following post got no comments, and I also thought these pages I made for a friend were really fun and art worthy:

I hope you enjoy these trips down blogger memory lane. If this is your first time to my blog, thank you for visiting. I hope to get to all the collaborative artists blogs today, but if I don't, I'll get there before the end of the week.

Thanks go to Seth for all the hard work he has put into this project. It can't be easy for him to keep track of e-mails and blogs and links and all. Thank you Seth for all you do for the blogging community.

13 thoughtful remarks:

Debrina said...

Hello! I've left a couple of comments for you on your featured buried treasure. Don't you just love the way Seth brings us all together? LOVE your work, will continue to follow you and thanks too for visiting me!

notmassproduced said...

hi - thanks for your visit - i totally love ur underground studio :o))

Mar said...

and here i was telling you to go visit seth
of course you knew about him!
great re-posts!!!
i had missed them except the rebirth of the studio..i was around for that one.
thanks for stopping in this morning

~*~Magpie's Nest said...

What a great space you have there Elizabeth. Fun Buried Treasure post and links! Seth has done it again, he has us glued to our seats LOL!

Sarah said...

thank you for reminding me about the Buried Treasure project!!! I had totally forgotten (stressful and manic week at work :S)

I've posted my contribution now, and look forward to properly digesting yours and everyone else's when I get some time to breathe :)


KV Creative Designs said...

Taking the Buried Treasure tour! Your blog is great!! I will explore some more. Thanks for sharing with us!
Artful Blessings,

Kim Mailhot said...

Hi Elizabeth ! It was fun to share buried treasures with you ! Your studio reveal was very inspiring !!! I am working on giving all my toys a place of their own so I can get to them quickly in the midst of art making - your space is soooo organized !
Love the idea of a Hand AB - there are so many wonderful images of those wonderful tools to fill the pages !
Cheers !

MrCachet said...

I left a comment on your Asian Beauty because, well... I have a thing about Oriental art and Kanji calligraphy. I really want to know which of your blogs you spend the most time on - if it's this one - fine - I'll subscribe. If there's any more Oriental themes in the offing, I want to know. Also, if you don't mind, I would like a SNAIL MAIL addy, please. 'Altered' envelopes are my thing, and I'm working on the 'creation' of a city-state where I get to do all the art work, and I'm intending to do it based on a 'Day Out of Time'. If you don't know what that is, I'll explain in the email. Glad I found you!

Chris said...

It's so true, that people LOVE to look at studios! Your basement studio pictures are cool.

And I think you did Kelly Rae Roberts well, with your assemblage for Halle. I love that. Really nice.

Off to read the other posts...

Ginny Gaskill said...

Hi, I should be working on my assignments but I am so enjoying this tour. It was good to see some of your older work.

Seth said...

All three re-posts were great choices for this project. I am so happy you signed up to play!

An Evolving Artist @ said...

Organization and storage is the post I decided to repost on thurs. lol. Love the KKR piece too, lucky Halle. All good posts, thanks!

3rdEyeMuse said...

Sorry it took so long for me to get here ... I think you picked three really terrific little treasures! thank you soooo much for sharing them. :)