Round Robin #10

Round Robin #10

Thursday, February 24, 2011

February 2011 Round Robin meeting.

Aloha,

The February Honolulu altered book round robin meeting had quite a turn out.

We were pleased to have Pam Yee in attendance all the way from Michigan. Although Loraine Haralson was not in Hawaii at the time of the meeting, upon her arrival later in the week several members were able to get together for "Art Night" at Rubber Stamp Plantation. What fun we had sharing projects, techniques and ideas!

We look forward to another exciting month of creative altered masterpieces.


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

Thomas Merton



Fran Yee's "to Imagine is everything" layout.


Darrell uses a 45 record in the Circle book.



words to there's a hole in my bucket. A popular circle song.



Rebecca shows us her whimsical spread for the cupcake book.
Jan. 2011


Rebecca's Free to fly.



Lindsay shows us a very nice Cat and Mouse layout.



Laurie's March Moonscapes pages



More Moonscapes




Laurie's Visions of Asia. (Year of the Rabbit)




Corinne created a wonderful spread using a flexible modeling paste

technique in the found objects book.



Found objects book.




Corrine's Nick Bantock inspired pages.





More of Corrine's Nick Bantock





Bantock continued.


Loraine's interpretation of Earth Rhythms.

Jan. 2011





Loraine's multi-layered Turtle layout.



I see fish, but where is the turtle?




I wonder where this turtle lives.

Welcome to the islands.



Loraine's Alphabetica page.

March 2011



Lift the tab for image of each letter.



Jessica shows off her artistic talent in the Moonscapes book.



The Wet Moon explained.




Sox shows us a beautiful textured Mandala



Back page of sox's Mandala.



Debbie takes us on a drive-about inspired by the Bollywood

movie ROAD,MOVIE



The journeys of the main characters take us across the arid Indian landscape,


culminating at the elusive fair.







Pam serves up a tasty cupcake page.



Lorena created a fabulous multi-layer gel transfer.



Lori blinged it up in the Found Objects book.



Tamara shows us some whimsy in her Wings spread.




Su shows us how lucky we are to live

where the weather is always like it is June.



Dee is Having a Good Time is Paris



Ooh-La-La !



Amy takes us on a personal journey of loss,



faith and hope.



The music will always be with us.





Deb Z came up with ZIPPO for an idea

in the alphabetica book.



Zippo lighters that is!



Lindsay's wonderful butterfly layout for February's Wings book.



Beautiful wire butterfly.