After seeing Rian's most incredible art for the theme of Time, I'm not so sure about posting this. I've been carving pumpkins and my hand is worn out! My granddaughter chose the most complicated pattern of Dracula's castle...it was a nightmare in every sense of the word. So, I went vintage again simply to try and relax! I went with the theme of Family Time. Between watching Next Iron Chef and giving my DIL feedback on essays she was writing for her class, this piece is all I could come up with. Phew...I'm tired! Thanks for looking!
My ATC came today from Karen M. Oh boy, oh boy!!!! Well, first of all, Wendy hosts this monthly themed swap at her blog http://blissfullatcswap.blogspot.com/I found it while I was checking out someone's blog, so I signed up! The October theme was Movie Monsters. My swap partner created her ATC based on Phantom of the Opera. It has a wonderful 3-D effect! Phantom is one of my favorite movies...the old time with Nelson Eddy and Claude Rains, as well as the current fav with Gerard Butler. Thank you, Karen! My ATC is based on Frankenstein...I used some old time movie posters and made my Frankie a little 3-D, too, I hope! So, enjoy them and have fun watching a monster movie...it's that time of year! Thanks for stopping by!
Here's a little fellow from Lisa's Altered Art. A dress...really, Mom! And that's just what his expression seems to say, but still, he has a little pair of wings he's earned by listening to mom, and he wants to keep them, so he's got the little dress mom picked out! :o) Thanks for looking!
What a lovely theme. I love the vintage pictures of children, so it was easy to come up with something for this challenge. I think, tho, it's about time for a new scanner. Everything lately has gotten very grainy, so I guess I've got to check out some new ones. Thanks for stopping by!
I just love Halloween! Here's my haunted house...the witch has been doing some cleaning! BTW, I've been trying to figure out how to make my pictures clickable to enlarge, but have had no luck. Almost screwed up my whole blog as a result. Thanks for stopping by!
Born and raised a city girl (Chicago). Now I live 23 miles south of D.C. Have loved art all my life. Primarily self taught. Raised 3 sons solo and they are my pride and joy. I have a 7 yr old granddaughter and a 2 year old grandson. They are the apples of my eye, and I hope they will love art as I do.