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Sunday, March 24, 2013

Challenge #153 at the Gluei Resort!

Hi folks.  It's time for a new challenge at



Go Where You Haven't Gone Before  
(I know, it makes me think of Star Trek too.)
For a long time now, I have wanted to make a piece of

SHE ART  
But you know how that goes...I can't, it won't work, I'm not talented enough....
 That self talk can be a bitch.
Well, Grand Poobah Rosemary invited us to try something we have never tried before, 
it was either do cartwheels on the front lawn
(Yeah, right)
or try to do some She Art
She Art it is.  
 It took me a long time, but I have to say, I love it.
I made her skirt out of wax paper, glue, bits of stuff, and napkins.
  It was the perfect opportunity to go through my stash...
 It involved many, many, many, many, MANY, many, many,
many layers.
 And the most important thing is
I DID IT!

I hope this inspires you to go when you have not been before.. 
You have until April 6th to link up with us at
See you there!
 

10 comments:

  1. This is fabulous! What a piece of work! I love looking for all the "stuff" in the paint--is that a bullet???

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  2. Oh, this is FANTASTIC. I love all those bits and pieces you have added. Is that a bullet in there.? The colors are marvelous. Congrats for doing this. It's perfection.

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  3. Yes Linda, that IS a bullet. (I feel like I"m saying, Yes Virginia, there IS a Santa Claus. Or something like that.) lol

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  4. Awesome, Inspiring and Ravishing.... (AIR - the stuff we live on). Great work Electra. I am not the arty person, but I'm kinda tempted to give some She Art a go... perhaps I'll get a moment over Easter. I am always amazed by what you come up with.

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  5. I love things made with "bits of stuff" and this is outstanding! It is also inspiring. xx

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  6. Good for you on doing this, it came out so cool looking. I love all the bits so much and it all comes together and is lovely!

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  7. This is totally awesome! I've been dying to make one of these types of canvases and you are definitely giving me a push in the right direction.

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  8. I love all the intricate layers in your collage, Electra. The colors are fabulous too. Blessings!

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