Round Robin #10

Round Robin #10

Thursday, March 31, 2011

March 2011 Altered Books Group Meeting

Aloha and welcome to the Honolulu Altered Books Group.

We had another great meeting this month at Rubber Stamp Plantation. We continue to be amazed and entertained with all the wonderful artistic altered book layouts we see each month. We are fortunate to be able to share all this artistic passion with each other via our meetings and this blog. We are looking forward to see what April has in store for us.


"I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowedge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world".

Albert Einstein

Corinne uses Iris folding in her Feb. Lines and Angles spread



Techniques page.



Stephanie is having a great time in Paradise.


Who knew there was a song about it?


Corinne shows us some fabulous Iris folding in the Circle Book


Back page of Circle Book.


Debbie pays homage to the Hawaii Green Sea Turtle.


Sox's vibrant abstract 3 wishes spread. (How many times did she need to rub that lamp for this result?)



Darrell bakes up some Cupcake Wars entries.



Rosemary has a Theory about this Imagine is everything layout.



Tamara gets quite animated about the Cat and Mouse book.



Su visits the cathedrals of Notre Dame



Beautiful Stained Glass.



Lori "posts" her Nick Bantock spread.



more Griffin & Sabine



Lorena's Mandala (back side)



Beautiful String art on Lorena's Mandala layout



Pam creates a hot air balloon for her Free to Fly layout



Fran has the key to the Parallel Universe.



Dee shows us her interpretation of lines and...



Angles.



Deb Z sketches out her vision of the Victorian Era.



Cancel Mike's reservations at KFC. He has a bad case of

Alektorophobia. (fear of Chicken)



Rebecca explores the Joy of nature in the JOY book.



Lindsay found a Message in a Bottle in

the Found Objects book.






5 comments:

  1. beautiful work
    always brigthens my day to visit your creative space

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  2. Very nice. Had to post to my Facebook "Like" page. If you are on Facebook just enter in the search box: vintageterrace2

    Coleen

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  3. Just totally amazing. I am awed each time I see these posts. Humbled. All of my co-artists are just incredible.

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