|My 2013 Liberate Your Art Postcards|
I have been broken hearted since leaving my home in Utah a year ago this month...and I believe people come in and out of our lives for a reason. Kat Sloma and her Liberate Your Art project could not have come to me at a better time. I love having a plan, a goal, something to look forward to and this was the perfect event. I spent sometime sorting through images I had already created and chose some for printing. The simple act of participating or belonging to a group, lifted me from my doldrums and I'll continue to...make this place my home.
I am grateful for the six lovely people whose works of art landed at my door here in Roanoke, Texas. Words cannot express the joy I felt as each one arrived.
Without further adieu, here are the postcards that graced my life:
|Thank you Maria Chiesa!|
Maria's photography is beautiful and I'm now following her on Flickr. You can find more of her work on Flickr...echie52!
|Thank you Karen Walker!|
I am constantly reminding myself of this quote. Karen's photography is wonderful, but you should see her cards! You can find Karen at kbwalkerblogs.com.
|Thank you Andrea Hayes!|
Stop by to visit Andrea at her blog...scrappinshutterbug.blogspot.com.
|Thank you Katie Cisek!|
|Thank you Jo Urbani!|
~ Fanny Brice I tried to take pictures of the postcards in places they might feel at home here in Texas. I think this was the most successful. That fence may be original to Roanoke! You can find Jo's wonderful blog at fiddlesnips.blogspot.com.
|Thank you Kat Sloma|
Click here to see all the wonderful art liberated in 2013!
Things I learned:
Next time, I would create images/art specifically for the postcard swap that might convey a message and I would include my email address.
One more thing...the five images I liberated into the world...if you've seen them, please let me know.