Round Robin #11

Round Robin #11

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Latest book to arrive in Honolulu

This is Lorraine Haralson's book. It arrived after our first meeting.

This is another great example of some wonderful artwork to look forward to.

Lorraine's theme is: Free to fly- imaginations, dreams, create, craziness- just be happy!

Art enables us to find ourselves and to lose ourselves at the same time.

Thomas Merton

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Altered Books Round One Recap

Creative, Enthusiastic, Emotional, Inspiring, Thought Provoking, Colorful, Eclectic.

These are just a few words to describe the June 12th meeting of the Honolulu Altered Books Group as we kicked off our 7th Round Robin. We are fortunate to belong to this group of twenty two talented artist dedicated to sharing techniques.
A big mahalo to Deb Z for allowing us to meet at her rubber stamp, Sticker, and decal wonderland. Be sure to check out her link to Rubber Stamp Plantation.
Members: feel free to contact us if you'd like to contribute articles, photos, etc.

"I begin with an idea, then it becomes something else"
Pablo Picasso

Please enjoy the photos from the meeting:


Fran Yee- Magic lamp and Three Wishes

Rosemary Joyce- Mandalas

Mike Todd- Celebrate Life

Dee Radcliffe- The Victorian Era. ( The guilded Age, 1837-1917)

Lori Mitrulevich- Visions of London, Paris, Rome and Asia.

Deb Zeleznik-Joy-- What gives you incredible lightness of being and what gives you the urge to skip.

Tamara Smith- To Imagine is Everything

Su Atta- Earth Rhythms and Morphscapes--Journey-Aborigines-

Darrell West- Having A Great Time, Wish you were here.

Debbie West- The Cupcake Chronicles

Debbie West- The Cupcake Chronicles

Lindsay Hilly- Paths and Parallel Universes

Lorena Garwood-

Found objects- Where did it come from? Who did it belong to? Who's missing it?...

Kathy Wasilewski- Phobias

Socrates- An Unuasual Journey with Nick Bantock

Stephanie Freeman- Al pha-bet-i-ca

Laurie Michaels- The Turtle

Corinne Stubson- Moonscapes: A celebration of lunar Astronomy, Magic, Legend & Lore.

Pam Yee- Lines and Angles ( Literal, or your own interpretation: Pick up lines,Triangles, What's your angle..)

Ingrid Dijkers- Circles

Rebecca Low- Wings (anything with wings. Spread your wings...)