Monday, April 19, 2010

10 of 10 - second artwork


Here is my artwork for the 10 of 10 book of Carmen. I cut out some pieces so Carmen will still have some surprise left when she gets her journal back in October. For now she will have to fill in the blanks.


Looking at her beautiful work in this journal I wanted to add in a certain way and I went for an Art Deco theme. I live in Miami and I see the Art Deco Architecture practically every day. How can one not be inspired? 


Talking about inspiration, maybe I will surprise one of the 8 journals / bloggers with an artwork about Holland... you know windmills, cows, tulips...the works..lol

11 comments:

Granny Annie said...

Now that is something. Even with the cutouts it is still great art. I am starting to get heart palpitations while awaiting each journal and wanting time to fly so I can see everyone's work.

Holland said...

Thank you, I will do that with each artwork in the journals. Looking forward to your Journal as well. I have an idea already what to put in there.... (sounds almost eerie lol)

Carmen said...

super cool! can't wait to have it back!
thank YOU!!!!

Holland said...

I am happy you like what you see.... as a sneak preview. lol

Ily said...

This has a Lautrec feel to it. Very nice. Can't wait to see what you'll do in mine! lol

Holland said...

Ily, you will be surprised...lol

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

I LOVE that Holland! Very inventive. I wish I could see ALL the different paintings in ALL the Books? What a great idea this is...!

Granny Annie said...

It is here. I have seen it complete without the cutouts. Carmen is going to LOVE it. And everyone is going to LOVE Carmen's pages too that are uplifting and filled with beauty and positive vibrations.

Holland said...

Naomi: it is fun to do and when I have received my book I will show all 10 pieces -that I have made- in full on my blog....in October...lol

Annie: Isn't that something what Carmen does. Really great!

LL Cool Joe said...

We used to go to Holland every year. I loved the place and the people. My partner lived there for a while because they worked for Unilever which I think is a Dutch company.
Do you go back very often?

Holland said...

LLCJ: Yes, Unilever is a Dutch company. No I haven't been back since I moved down here. There are some little things that I miss, but most of it I don't.