Round Robin #10

Round Robin #10

Friday, October 17, 2014

Honolulu Altered Books Group October 2014

 Aloha,
 
What a great meeting we had this month to start the 9th round robin. We sure have a fun group of talented artists who really enjoy creating their art for all to see. It has been unusually hot in Honolulu all summer and into October and now we are on a tropical storm watch. The storm's name is Ana.  Let's keep our fingers crossed that she will miss the islands in the next few days. But hey, we can still create art with no power, clean our brushes with bottled water and there is always Spam. Well, on second thought, please, please, please spare us Ana.
 
 Enjoy this month's art.
 
 
"Creativity is inventing, experimenting, growing, taking risks, breaking rules, making mistakes, and having fun."
                                                    Mary Lou Cook
 
 
What makes Sue sing is traveling to Florida to be
by the sea in her This is What Makes Me Sing layout.

Debbie's interpretation of the Design and
Create Art theme was to add depth and texture
to an underwater oasis. 

Pat uses collage in her Imagination
Illustrated layout to guide us through... 
...the passage of time.


Jennifer's use of the Mystery Palette Challenge
colors resulted in a thought-provoking image
using a color combination she never would have
thought to use on her own.

Lorena's villain in this layout for the Heroes book is
the villainess Cruella de Vil from The Hundred and One
Dalmations.

Kim and Kehau's Circle of Creative
Color...

using Katydid and Seabreeze as their
color choices.


In Pam's From the Mundame to the Sublime spread,
the firefly hibernates in the winter and emerges in
the spring as a nocturnal light show for all to view with awe.
 



Su uses the power of OM to Chill-lax.



Exploring the many ways of OM.

Rosemary's What's My Line spread features
Mae West and some of her funny quotes!


Amy is late for a very important date with
her It's About Time layout.

Has the watch's time come to an end?

Lorraine sure pulled off a tall tale
in the High Rise Adventures book!

Cat tale that is!

This cat is fond of tall tales.


Darrell discovered the Menehune for his
Faerie Folk layout.

The Menehune could construct an entire
rock wall to create a fish pond in just 
one night. 


If they couldn't finish the job in one night, they
would abandon the job, never to return.

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