Round Robin #10

Round Robin #10

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

October 2013 Honolulu Altered Books Group

 
Aloha,
 
 
The month of October is upon us and that means you are all in for a treat. We had a great meeting this month with lots of laughter and story telling, and of course some wonderful art to share with each other. I can't believe we are now down to only five more meetings till the round robin is finished. I know that everyone will have a great time looking at all the fabulous art in their own books.
 
 
 Please enjoy this month's art.
 
 
Creativity is contagious, Pass it on.
 
                                 -Pablo Picasso
 
 
 

 
 
Jennifer explores cunning women in her
Alchemy spread.

Lorraine rides in with her Diamonds and Rust Layout.

Rosemary shares some very humorous
jokes in her Got Humor spread.


Diane planted a couple of pockets of quotes for
the Pockets of Quotes book.

Rosemary went wild on her Steampunk Floral spread.

Marcy puts the Ooh La La in her layout
for the Ooh La La Mailbag book.






May's Wicked layout takes a punch at recent
current events for the Wicked book.

Hope explains that what we remember from our
childhood, we remember forever.  The Childhood
Memories book.


Kim and Kehau explore what colors taste and
smell like and how the clouds turn the sky white.

The brown leaves crunch and smell like
chocolate, but black is the king of all
colors in the Colors of the Rainbow book.


 
Su explores To Be or Not To Be from
sleepy time....
 
 
 

...to dreamland in the To Be or Not To Be Book. 



Dorie keeps us laughing with her OctoMom
twist in her layout for the Octopus book.

Lorena's Definitions spread is about inspiration and
creative vision.


Hope shares with us B Movie posters and
yesterdays views of tomorrow in her I Love
Mid-Century Modern spread.

Amy takes us on a road trip to four of her
favorite childhood vacation spots in her
Childhood Memories layout.


Disney World and Cedar Point.....

...to the Smokey Mountains and Myrtle Beach


Darrell explores the origins of Man Ray, who
was one of the first artists to create art using
found objects in his layout for
The Origins of Man book.

Teri must be thinking about Hawaii in her
All spread.

Stephanie shares a humorous conundrum in
her Visual Incongruities and Conundrums layout.

Debbie explores the theory about Princess Diana's death
in her spread in the Book of Secrets and Conspiracies book.

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