Round Robin #11

Round Robin #11

Monday, March 5, 2018

Honolulu Altered Books Group Feb. 2018

  Welcome to the Honolulu Altered Books Group blog.
For this month's art (Feb. 2018) we share some great interpretations of the chosen themes. 
 We want to thank Alessandra and her husband for allowing us to hold our meetings at their restaurant. Please check them out :

"If I create from the heart, nearly everything
works; if from the head, almost nothing."
                                              Marc Chagall

Pam created an Art merit badge for the
"Merit Badge" book.

Su shares some inspirational art quotes in the
"How Do You Art Your Life" book.

Marcy stitched up an underwater scene for the
"Fishy, Fishy" book.

Darrell takes to the sky for the "Life Is Full
Of Ups And Downs Along With A Few Corkscrews" book.

No more fear!

Anna introduces us to Mille Pollo in her "Awkward 
Ancestors" entry.

Mille meets a young cluck.

She raised 3 boys.

She had to deal with strong temperaments.

The birdy sisters.

Otto Huber was trouble.

Debbie declares the 3rd Monday of February as Art Day
for the "Festivus" book.

What you will need and want.

Projects to work on.

Carolyn took a trip to the hardware store. It inspired
her to create this art using patches and paint samples for
the "Swatches" book. 

Rosemary designed this mandala art for 
the "Favorites" book.

A little ray of sunshine!

Sophia shares wisdom of Neil deGrasse Tyson
in her "Exploration and Discovery" book.

Kim and Kehau's entry into "The Diary of Madame Blue" 
is a patriotic song called Mele 'Ai.

A protest quilt.

Written in protest of the overthrow of 
Queen Lili'uokalani.

Alessandra's entry in the "Last Words" book speaks
of the artistry of life.

A beautiful use of dimension.

Hope visits the other side for the "Personal Dreamtime" book.

Hope stitched together a beautiful dream scene we
all can relate to.

Mahalo to Alessandra and Chef Iggy for sharing
their beautiful restaurant with all of us. It was a dream dinner
that everybody needs to check out.
 Thank you two for letting us have our meetings in this gem
in Kaka'ako, Hawaii.

Chef Iggy and crew.

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