Tag Archives: collage

Love

Aggressive Fun

The Sketchbook Project

Well, I have had my moleskin sketchbook for a couple of months now and finally did a random page.  My theme is “Help!”  The first completed two-page spread is a Zen tangle.  I put a cartoon of me in it looking like I need help getting untangled.  Fun!  I looked up my link on the […]

“Muse Mind”

MUSE MIND Like a comet it comes Spinning, swirling, streaking Through the dark void Blazing, burning, barreling Towards us at warp speed. Or, is it sneaking up behind us A surprise to explore In the universe of our minds As we work at building or creating. The Muse comes in And suddenly, like a shock […]

COMING IN JANUARY!

During the gallery show, there was a sign up sheet for folks wanting to attend a workshop about the collage process used in most of the pieces that were hanging.  Unfortunately, that sign up sheet disappeared.  That is okay, because people may sign up again here.* Saturday, January 22, 2011, will be the next Soul […]

‘Joy’ — S O L D !

Mixed media art work.

Now Showing!

Ahem!  Announcing: The one-woman art show by Paula L. Peterson is now up in the gallery at FUMC Montgomery! (Wish my camera wasn’t broken, I’d post pics.) And, thank you Bob Cheal for helping me hang 13 pieces this morning.  I am so honored to have been asked to do this, it was a daunting […]

For Siegrid

Watercolor, gold ink, gold foil hearts and rose petals on paper. This piece was started some weeks ago for my friend Siegrid Smith who just celebrated her 5th year cancer-free.  She is an amazing woman and a friend of nearly 40 years.  For someone so special on such an auspicious occasion, the final result should […]

The River of My Life

Counter-clockwise from top left: “Childhood–Wonder at things small and curious, passion for others-close. ‘The visit of the Master–In poverty:  love of mist and haze; in spring:  friendship between us, a dry post on the shore adds warmth to sunlight.’ Into the eddies drift my dreams & aspirations, I think I’ll fly a kite… ‘For me, […]

My Task

The assignment was to bring in some words, prose, poetry or something like that and we, at the monthly muse meeting, would focus on what we brought as part of our meditation.  Typical me, I forgot the instructions from one month to the next and brought nothing.  When we meditated, all I could think of […]