Happy Monday everyone. Today I am sharing my final project from week six of my six weeks of creating. I have included my notes from the class on this one as I thought it would be easier to do it this way. Enjoy….
Week Six (or seven as it really is today). I have been busily redesigning my studio and hope to post some photos to my blog over the next few days. This was my wild card that has taken me into week 7. I created a collage of photos that are in different places in my office. I have 4 bulletin boards that house my creative inspirations and little love notes from my kids…(I love you mom….and mom you rock) inspiration for every day. From the top left corner: enjoy laughter, interiors shot from a designer in Florida, pins from a company called peek aren’t you curious; they say: made you look, I see you (peek is a really cool kids clothing company headquartered in San Fransisco and a slight peek at postcards from Society, Inc.; Art from Marisa–; lavender, good luck pin as everyone needs a little luck now and then. The Little Prince-my favorite children’s story and I have actually read it in French and had to write a paper on it in high school. black and white photography from an exhibit at The Getty, a postcard of a woman that looks very much like myself and my sister from my sister Rachel–I could do without the stole though… A piece of my photography; Kate Spade calendar and saying from a Mondo Beyondo course I took: “When you let yourself have simple pleasures you make more space for joy. (Its true) Love the universe
More Marisa art–and my photography–Chicago Cubs Spinneybeck Baseball (I have a collection of Spinneybeck Baseballs–they are my favs.; Rafael and Giacommetti with a “get your culture on” button from the Reno Philharmonic–their latest marketing effort to get more people interested in classical music…I love the graphics….In the large photo….Nevada Museum of Art and Rembrandt sketches from a recent exhibit there…..My inspirations from my little corner of the world. What a great class this has been….Thanks so much Marisa and to everyone that shared such fabulous, creative work…..