8.18.2009

Who were those masked dollies anyway?

Got three more masked babes done yesterday.
This antique postcard inspired my favorite of this week's batch.

Tah-dah!

The rabbit didn't have any inspiration behind it,
except for the overall inspirational quality of bunnies in general.
This old Clapsaddle postcard inspired . . .
. . .this one-
Isn't it fun when inspiration strikes?


There is a noticeable lack of color in this week's goods. I don't know why. Guess I was just feeling
black and white and gray all over.
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Hope you're having a more colorful week.

13 comments:

  1. Gorgeous work, I love the little owl on the pumpkin!

    Micki x

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  2. You are some awsome artists! I love all of Your work! Fantastic and good quality as it seems!
    I´m a mixed-meadia-artistwannabe myself so welcome to visit me!

    Liisa

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  3. Out of curiosity, did you get the first postcard from the Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab? I have the same exact one on my desk! XD

    I absolutely love these little guys. Your work is amazing.

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  4. Gloriaski, Girl! Do you NEVER slow down? Your new pieces are brilliant, and I LOVE the black & white! That adorable bunny could just about make me - a well-known hater of all things Spring/Summer/hot weather-related - long for - gasp! - EASTER.

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  5. You know I was never one to like clowns but your skeleton clowns are great!!! Maybe if all clowns looked that way I wouldn't be so scared of them. :) As always I love all your new goodies.

    Hugs,

    Theresa

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  6. I love using old postcards as inspiration. You really got creative with using the owl on the head with that piece, just love it.

    Debbie

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  7. It IS fun when inspiration strikes. Your moon inspiration is wonderful and so is the creation it inspired. :-)

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  8. Your work is amazing! I love, love, love the clown piece...genius!!!

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  9. Oh my goodness!!! I just adore your work!... I am so pleased I found your site...I will ardently follow it from now on!

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  10. I love the colors,,well done!

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  11. I have to say, that your carnival tent skull gal with the clowns is probably THE most amazing piece of art I've ever seen!! Bravo et Brava!! :)

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  12. Wow, this is some punkin fest here. So glad I kept playing catch up, Jo.
    Beautifully done!
    Candace in Athens.

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