Saturday, July 10, 2010

Sketchbook Project (for 2011) Page 4 & 5





Here we are with pages 4 and 5. Do you see what I see? How many faces do you see in this two page spread? With my theme being "face in the crowd" some faces have to be searched for.

8 comments:

  1. How cool is that??? I see two faces on the right page, but I want to keep searching for more! And is that a black eye on the left page, lol? I so love your art, Rebecca...and am thrilled that you found a Moleskine Sketchbook, and like it! Enjoy the weekend, xoxo!

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  2. I see 3 faces! Is that all? This is a lot like finding Waldo. Those are very pretty girls! I just love the way you embellish your art work with the flowers and such :D

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  3. 3 faces? these are such lovely faces and flowers add the authentic woman symbols !

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  4. Gorgeous! I received the postcards I ordered and they are absolutely beautiful, my only regret is I can't think of a way to display them to show off both sides, the black and white side is as pretty in it's own way as the colored side. Excellent work and value. Thank you so much.

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  5. Three faces I see. Beautiful spread!

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  6. Rebecca;
    I LOVE these! I see two faces in the right one and possibly two in the second but I wasn't sure. These are fabulous!
    Thank you so much for your comment on my Peek-a-boo girl. I will continue working on these as I love the process. Thank you so much for your kind words.
    Hugs to you.

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  7. As I was looking at your work and seeing more faces than the initial look, I thought of my mother and she use to say she could see through me, meaning of course she knew what was going on in my mind and what I was thinking about asking or wanting. However the difference is these works of art are beautiful and that didn't feel that way. I am particularily fond of page one. And isn't it always a question to the artist, I wonder why they like that best when I like something else best.

    Do you remember Sharon Tomlinso doing her journal on time for the Library? It was also fun to see her progress. these are such treasures and so hard to part with I would think.

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  8. i like the idea of many faces hiding within one work of art...it's symbolic really...we all wear many faces....many different sides to the strengths of us women there are!

    well done!
    ciao bella
    creative carmelina

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