Round Robin 2020 #13

Round Robin 2020  #13

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Honolulu Altered Books Group May 2014

Well, we did it!
 We finished round robin # 8!  It ran from Sept. 2012 to May 2014! We have come to the end of a long journey together and
we created some fabulous art in each other's books.
 Debbie and I are excited to continue hosting our second decade of Honolulu Altered Books Group. You should all be proud of the art you have
created. I thought you would like to know that a lot of people have viewed your artwork on this blog.
 This round robin has been viewed in 51 countries. Here is the round up by country:
United States, Canada, Russian Federation, United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, Netherlands, France, Italy, Spain, Mexico, Brazil, Malaysia, Argentina, New Zealand, Columbia, Finland, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Poland, Romania, Venezuela, Thailand, Belgium, Greece, Ecuador, Korea, Norway,Portugal, Taiwan, India, Philippines, Chech Republic, Israel, Denmark, United Arab Republics, Malta, Qatar, Ukraine, Turkey, Maurtitus, Hungry, South Africa, Switzerland, Belarus, Slovakia, Chile, Indonesia, Iceland, Singapore and Egypt.
We want to dedicate the round robin to Lori Mitrulevich who we lost late last year. She was an inspiring artist as well as a great friend and we will all miss her.
Art enables us to find ourselves
and lose ourselves at the same time.
Thomas Merton

Jennifer explores an edible version of
Pockets Of Quotes.

Lorraine created this beautiful Floral
SteamPunk Fantasy.

Rosemary, we're not in Kansas anymore!
There's no place like home, except maybe in the
Wicked Book.

Marcy says there's a sequin in every color. I'll order
up that Rainbow Trout from the Colors of the Rainbow Book.

Pam explores To Be or Not To Be a resident of Hawaii.
We say "come on down!"

Here Diane visits the classic Beatles' tune
Octopus's Garden in her Octopus layout.

May goes all retro designer on us
in her I Love Mid-Century Modern spread.

Teri brings us a verse from Joan Baez's
Diamonds and Rust from 1975.

Kim and Kehu really put their finger on the art
they created for the definitions book. They used the
word Dactylogram. Definition: fingerprint.

Here Kim and Kehu explore the definition of Illuminati,
which discusses the conspiracy theories about a
secret society.

Su's Origins of Man layout explores...

...Yin and Yang and making humans from blobs
of clay. 

Duality gave birth to Trinity.

Unity gave birth to Duality.

The Way gave birth to Unity.

Dorie shares with us her All wearable art.

Lorena melded three famous works of art to create
her Book of Secrets and Conundrums layout.
 1. The Iconic Edvard Munch's The Scream. But why is
he screaming? 2. Enter Frida Kahlo's The Broken Column and finally, 3 Dali's The Persistence of Memory.
She created a gel transfer which makes it feel like canvas.

Hope shows us some top secret folders in her Book of
Secrets layout.

Secrets revealed!

Amy brews up an Elixir of Life in her
Alchemy spread.

Darrell shares Baseball Diamonds and Rusty Staub
in his Diamonds and Rust layout.

Exploring the creation of the Diamond.

Teri created this humorous look at the Three Stooges
with a pop up face slap. Nyuck! Nyuck! Nyuck!

Stephanie mailed this from Nebraska. Ooh La La.

Debbie said that in the Fairy Tale King Midas learned
that gold isn't always the most valuable asset.

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