Monday, January 22, 2018

365 Day Art Challenge: Week 3


Here are my collages for Week 3.   This 365 something project was created and hosted by Hanna at i Hanna.


Which direction is up?
Quintessential
Go!
Written in the stars
Pacify
Read between the lines
The dancer
Thanks for joining me today.  If you are playing in Hanna's 365 Something project, please let me know and I will be by to see what you are making.   As always, I am very grateful for your continued support of my art.  To see the collages I made for week 2, please go here.

16 thoughtful remarks:

Valerie-Jael said...

Beautiful little collages, looks like you had fun putting them together. Have a good start in the new week. Hugs, Valerie

pearshapedcrafting said...

LoVe all of these! Your sense of humour shows through certainly! Have a great week! Hugs, Chrisxx ps check your email!

Sami said...

Nice collages Elizabeth.
The map puzzles me too, never knew which side is up on a map, no wonder I get lot reading maps.
I like the dancer.
Have a lovely week.

Let's Art Journal said...

Lovely collages! They are all so different with the colours, papers and images that you used and the dancer looks so pretty framed by those lovely leaves 😁. Have a happy and creative week! J 😊

kathyinozarks said...

Loving your collages too and like that they are all different and unique.
Thank you for the tip using fabric and freezer paper to print with-I should have asked you about printing on fabric first. I have a photo in mind for January that I want to try-thanks Elizabeth and Happy Monday

Jeanie said...

Your art makes us think and work our brains -- and in a good way! Very nice mix of texture, paper and such!

Sandra Cox said...

A 365 day project, wow! Love it.

Divers and Sundry said...

They all appeal to me, but "Which direction is up?" is my favorite. This looks like fun :)

froebelsternchen Susi said...

Those are great Elizabeth! I am happy you do this challenge - I also like the titles you give your pieces!
Happy new week!
oxo Susi
♥♥♥

RO said...

Don't ask me to read a map Elizabeth, but I enjoy looking at them. (lol) Brilliant way to portray reading between the lines. I've never considered that before. Really love the way you see life. Perhaps it's the artist in you! Hugs..RO

Corrine at corrinegilman.com said...

Marvelous pieces your collages. I am not really a challenge person, but you seem to relish them and make some great pieces. xox

Meggymay said...

Another fantastic selection of small collages, I loved the map and the beautiful dancer on the last one.
Yvonne xx

My name is Erika. said...

Great collages. It is so much fun to just tear, cut and glue sometimes. You are very good at it too. I like the red and blue stripes. They would make great backgrounds too. Happy New week. Hugs-Erika

Cindy McMath said...

Well congratulations on making it through week 3! I love these, and I have three favourites this week, in no particular order. Read between the lines (Turquoise, red and old text - need I say more?). Which direction is up. Because the title is quirky (most people would say ‘which way is up’). And Because it is black and white and just a lovely all around collage. And Go! I like the shapes you’ve created here and it reminds me of a keyhole. Terrific selection all around. I”m so glad you decided to play along with this.

Eileen The Artful Crafter said...

Love the humor in your collages. You come up with some of the neatest scraps for art. I can't imagine how you organize and find what you want.

sheila 77 said...

Hello Elizabeth. Yesterday I thought I would have a try at making collages. I've now discovered that it is a lot more difficult than one would think. You've made another fascinating set here. My favourites? - "The dancer", a lovely picture and composition, "Pacify" and "Written in the stars" where I just love the way you have put the shapes and colours together.