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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

IA Challenge

Last year I did two great online workshops, The Art of Wild Abandonment by Junelle Jacobson and Christy Tomlinson's She Art-1. This favorite piece of mine was done  after these two classes. 
Clotheslines always remind me of my home in India
If you want more details about these classes go here.


  1. That is so sweet! I love those dresses drying in the sunshine. :)

  2. Cute! they look like real clothes.

  3. This is very sweet,Love your choice of papers and colours. Sounds like this was a very inspirational course.

  4. Susan, I LOVE LOVE THIS!! How pretty the girl is and all these outfits. You put a little something special on each one, so beautiful! Great job on the background and flowers. I loved this lesson too, wish spring would hurry and get here. So happy you shared this today, makes me smile!!
    Have a good weekend!

  5. So sweet! And something I can say I appreciate too. In my old home, which I rented, I had a clothesline. I loved it. I loved being outside to hang my clean clothes out in the beautiful fresh air and sunshine; and I loved I needed no electricity nor any major appliance for such a simple task. Then I moved to a place where I cannot have a clothesline, and I just miss it, very much.... However, I will admit, I don't miss the spiders and bees!!! One time I found there was a bee in one of my pairs of pants.. and I mean I found out the HARD way! That bee had me dancing! (0; I always double-checked from then on!!... Have a great weekend! ~tina

  6. The patterns in the clothing and the layers of color are beautiful! Your collage is so fresh and joyful. I'm so glad you joined us at Inspiration Avenue for Show and Tell this week.

  7. That's got a lot of life in it. The textures work very, very well.


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I am someone who loves almost everything that is related to art-be it writing, painting, crafts, music, dance; Yes,anything that can enliven my spirit. I am originally from Kerala,India. Currently I live in the US.