Monday, July 16, 2012

Finale - Summer of Enchantment

Hellooooo!  It's our finale week of Summer of Color 2. For this last week Kristin has chosen the ice cream colors from BR's watermelon sorbet with chocolate chip seeds. 

To round out my theme "Summer of Enchantment", I've decided to share Little Red Riding Hood in my altered book journal.


I will be adding writing to the spread but of course I haven't been able to get to it yet,lol.

I must say I had a lot of fun with this years' challenge and I thank the lovely Kristen at Twinkle Twinkle for her hosting and organization of this very popular challenge.  Will she continue with it next year?

To you my readers, I have loved and appreciated your comments and hope you have enjoyed my content.  I must admit I was extremely busy during this time and was not able to visit all of you and thank you personally yet.  But never fear, I will get to you all!  I have to see everyone's entries and I need to pop by your blogs even if you didn't participate.  I miss you all so much!

I will be continuing to post along this Enchanted Summer theme and will be sharing painting in the future as well.

I am having to re-organize the studio once again.  Whew!  What a mess, lol!  At least it shows that I've been doing something in there.

I've got some exciting ideas to work on rest of the Summer. Hope to share more later.

Music in the studio this week was Pink!, Funhouse.  I really love "Glitter in the Air" - I never tire of it.  I also "spun" the Dixie Chicks, Fly.

Keep your personal fan pointed AWAY from your mica pigments and keep those pencils and brushes moving!

Forever in art,

Jessi

18 comments:

Marja's Stamp Addiction en Marja's Creativity said...

jessica your Robin Hood is gorgeous. What a beautiful and marvelous pages. Really brilliant. I love it to look at your site and I keep doing this also after the Summer of Color.
Have a nice evening and lovely greet
Marja
(marjascreativity)

Diana Taylor said...

Very beautiful work - she has such mesmerising eyes. Lovely colours - the green background seems to bring the whole thing alive - a perfect choice!

Netty said...

Loving your beautiful Red Riding Hood she has such wonderful eyes. Annette x

scarlett clay said...

Just beautiful! I sure hope there's a SOC3, it's really fun and I love seeing all the different artwork. Love your riding hood so much!

BJ said...

Amazing paintings - BJ

Kathy, PaperPumpkin said...

Your Red Riding Hood is beautiful! I love her lips and eyes and hair! The bluebirds are sweet...

Lucy Chen said...

We can never get enough of the Red Riding Hood, can we?

Carolyn Dube said...

Your enchantment theme is such fun! I love Little Red's hair the way it sweeps across gives it such movement!

Pointy Pix said...

She is stunning - a little like Angelina Jolie with that tiny nose and lovely lips!! It's been such good fun doing this challenge and I love all the new blogs I've discovered along the way.

Cameron said...

Jessi!

Your Red is gorgeous....but, of course ;P
I was so bummed we weren't driving down thru Winston this year....I'd love to stop by Looking Glass and peek into your wonderful studio and spy the infamous Magic Chair :)

Thanks for the hint about the fan...I totally would do that and have flakes everywhere....haha!

Big Hugs,
Cam

Nora CG said...

Beautiful interpretation of Little Red, love her face and your pages are so beautiful.
Excellent job!!


Have a great day!
Nora

denthe said...

So beautiful again! Love her!

Sharon-SkiesArt said...

She's lovely.... and I like the birds in the background... Nice job!

Janelle said...

She is another gorgeous girl. I love her eyes and hair. The birds on the branches are a lovely addition to this page. I always enjoy seeing your art.

Maggie said...

Jessi,

Love your Little Red. She's truly lovely. As always your shading ROCKS! Having to re-organize is an awesome sign. Means you've been playing. Can't wait to see more of your Enchanted Summer.

Hugs,
Maggie

Janelle said...

Thank you for commenting on my posts, I love your encouraging comments. I hope that life gets a bit easier for you soon and that you can get breaks sometimes from the care-giving.

Blissful Pumpkin said...

This is beautiful Jess. Lovely work as usual. Hugs, Kyles =D

Kim said...

THis is absolutely beautiful. I love the colours. I just happened upon your blog and I can't wait to see what other paintings you've done.

Kim
http://jolie-learningtocolouroutsidethelines.blogspot.ca/