Sunday, November 27, 2011

about lemons sort of

I don't have a title for her yet. I must sit and stare for a while to hear the title.  She is "an alteration of a basket of lemons".
My Faces In Collage students saw it.

17 comments:

  1. I love how you've nestled her head into the bird! I think this is beautiful...you inspire me!

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  2. I just have to comment here as well to say that I just love this piece. I think that her face is my favorite of them all in the class...so beautiful Sharon!

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  3. Oh my gosh, I love her!!! Gorgeous face, you're so amazing Sharon! :)

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  4. She's so gorgeous, Sharon. I'm always inspired by your creative energy and works of art.
    Been going thru health issues over the past few months and have missed visiting. Hopefully I can be in better touch with my muses.
    xxoo

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  5. Beautiful! You have such a creative imagination.

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  6. Love this! Seems like I say that for every new piece but well, it's all I can think of...I love them all! Do you think maybe you could lend me your talents and way of thinking just for a few days? I promise to give it back to you when I'm finished! LOL!

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  7. Ou, so lovely, so beautiful, sensitive!!
    I love your works!

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  8. This so beautiful. I love the bird, too.

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  9. This so beautiful. I love the bird, too.

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  10. love love her:O)Just gorgeous

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  11. Sharon she is beautiful!!!! I love the bird (of course). What a wonderful workshop.

    Jacky xox

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  12. Great piece. It looks like you and your students are having a wonderful time with the class.

    Darla

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  13. Hi Sharon,
    This piece is wonderful. You have a terrific eye for portrait work. You inspire my own work on all levels. I am a fiber artist, mostly quilted textiles. I have been a loyal follower of your blog and appreciate all that you share with me.
    Wishing you continued success in all you do,
    LuAnn
    luannkessi.blogspot.com

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  14. Oh my, I just found you through Deryn Mentock and I am completely fascinated by what you are doing - Your work is magical!

    I see you use magazine pages but am wondering if it's possible to use photographs printed on an ink jet printer? The reason I ask is I am a photographer, mostly nature oriented and this has my brain working overtime!

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