I had to put on my strong eye glasses to actually see her in the tall blades of grass.Suddenly I could see her so clearly! She was swinging, smiling and having a wonderful time. Her name was Adora.My submission for Illustration Friday's "EYE GLASSES" theme is a paper sculpture illustration called "A is for Adora".
hand made paper, paint, glue and a clay ladybug.better pix to come ;)art by Valerie Walsh
The winner of my Sticker Giveaway sponsored by Uprinting is Indigene Theresa Gaskin!!! It is my pleasure to present you with this gift of 250 full colour custom stickers and since you had 0 competition you were a shoe in ;)
I hope you make something cool and enjoy the process, it is easy and fun! :D
I am hosting a giveaway here! Uprinting is one of the most versatile online Printing Companies and one of their products are stickers. They can also customize them according to your needs and offer Custom Stickers. They will look great with your art, logo or photo. Please leave a comment on my blog and you have entered to win:
250 Personalised Stickers for One (1) Winner
2" x 3.5"
70 lb. Label Matte, Front Only Printing, 4 Business Days Turnaround.
Restriction: Limited to US Residents 18 and above only. * free shipping.
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A winner will be announced September 18th.
we all dance to a myserious tune, intoned in the distance by an invisible player ~ albert einstein
my submission for Illustration Friday's "mysterious" theme is a dimensional painting titled " Enchanted Evening".
I posted this image here and I talked about how I came up with this idea. But did you know that it was not just a painting it was also a T-shirt ;)
My submission for Illustration Friday's "soaked" theme is " Singin in the Rain" created in 1995.
I like to dream yes, yes, right between my sound machine
On a cloud of sound I drift in the night
Any place it goes is right
Goes, far, flies near, to the stars away from here
Well you don't know what we can find
Why don't you come with me little girl
on a magic carpet ride
You don't know what we can see
Why don't you tell your dreams to me
Fantasy will set you free
Close your eyes girl
Look inside girl
Let the sound take you away
A newer version of "Magic Carpet Ride" 2010 Acrylic and Resin of wood and wood panel
Mark will now receive 50 pcs. full color brochure to promote his art and business! Congratulations Mark. Just place your order online once you get your code and it is delivered to your door :) Have a great weekend!
Great news kiddleywinks! This month I am giving away 50 pcs. full color brochure! This is an opportunity to make stuff happen and by that I mean help sell your business and promote your art! This giveaway is sponsored by Uprinting and one of my followers will receive 50 full color
brochures, shipped to your door and I will win a set for hosting this giveaway! YAY! So come on in and just make a comment and that makes you eligible to win. Below are all the details for this prize:
50 pcs. Brochures for One (1) Winner
100 lb. Paper Gloss; With Folding (Half Fold, Trifold/Letterfold, Z-Fold, Roll Fold, Accordion Fold) on a 2 Business Day Turnaround; Outside and Inside printing.
Limited to US residents 18 years old and above only.
Winner announced March 18, 2011.
I have some good news :) Online printing company,Uprinting is sponsoring a new giveaway on my blog and I am so pleased to let you know that one of my friends will win 250 full color diecut business cards, shipped to your home for commenting on my post. I win a set of cards for hosting this giveaway and here are the details:
250 Die-Cut Business Cards for One (1) Winner
1.75"x 3.5" or 2"x 2";2.5" Diameter (Circle)
14pt Cardstock Gloss/Matte/High Gloss (UV) or 13pt Cardstock Uncoated
Front Only or Front and Back printing
Restriction: Limited to US residents 18 years old and above only.
Please check out the diecut business cards from online Printing company Uprinting.com
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Winner announced February 21st!
" If you surrendered to the air, you could ride it" ~Toni Morrison
My submission for Illustration Friday's "surrender" theme is a dimensional painting. Liquitex acrylics on wood panel with wood frame, foamboard building, handmade paper shingles and clay chimney and door handle. The painting is called Home in the Woods.
photos and art by Valerie Walsh 2011
Somewhere in the Transylvania countryside is the the idea behind my submission for Illustration Friday's "spooky theme. I love this word so I did this last minute quick and dirty on stonehenge using acrylics and prismacolor pencils;)
2010 valerie walsh
This little house started out as an illustration on Arches and is printed and diecut and afterwards it becomes a garland of houses. It has one side that can be folded which enables it to stand alone or in groups and I used non-traditional colours for the holiday or anytime. Notice you slide the ribbon through the open windows :)
My submission for Illustration Friday's "phenomenon" is my Holiday card this year. I decided on a non traditional colour scheme to make it a little different and special :) I have been making cards for 30 + years in every combo of colours and so each year I try to make something a bit out of the ordinary.
Thank you to all the folks that came by this year to see my art and ideas! I was a little lax in posting this year and my fifth year of blogging here passed by and it means so much that you visit and check out my stuff and comment :) Thank you and have a lovely holiday season too!
Nowadays, "phenomena" are often, but not always, understood as appearances. They are themselves sometimes understood as involving qualia.
This is a "houscape" I did for a lovely woman in Sherman Oaks in 2010. She works in the field of music for major motion pictures and I am proud to have captured her home and I made the frame for the painting too. It is actually dark green but hard to tell in my photo. My resolutions are few but I resolve to do more unique and interesting projects if possible this year and see where my artistic adventures take me... My submission for Illustration Friday's "resolutions" is airbrush acrylic on wood and it is called "Dixie Canyon" :)
photos and art valeriegallerie/valeriewalsh