Time for a Break?

Take a look at all the latest, inspiring, beautiful, awesome and brilliant postcards from the previous rounds made by these artists and shown in their galleries together with their previous postcards:

Sue Andrus
Pat Bell
Christine Bostock
Colette Herrin
Michalee Sloan
Sandra Wagner

Hopefully you’ll enjoy these postcards and find more postcards in the theme pages.

New Postcards for 4 Themes

While we are very close to ending this round – and starting a new Sep. 1 – it is nice to be able to show some of the wonderful postcards sent to member artists during the last couple of weeks.

Enjoy a visit at each artist gallery by clicking on their names.
The theme galleries have also been updated and it is very inspiring to see the different interpretations of each theme.

Pat Bell, Spring (1)

Pat Bell, Spring (1)

Vivian Helena Butterfly #22

Vivian Helena Butterfly #22

Gill Clark, Sunset-Sunrise

Gill Clark, Sunset-Sunrise

Gill Clark, Single Color

Gill Clark, Single Color

Art Deco, Single Colour and Spring

Today we have added Art Deco, Single Colour and  our first Spring theme postcards to our personal galleries and theme galleries.

 

Suzanne Kistler, Single Colour (2)

Suzanne Kistler, Single Colour (2)

Suzanne has been in a wonderful spring and summer mood and has made gorgeous postcards. You can see them in Suzanne’s gallery and in the theme galleries.
Furthermore Suzanne has been blogging about the creation of the postcards: The Single Colour postcard and the Spring postcard – the last about the Spring postcard is a tutorial.

 

Gurli Gregersen, Art Deco 2

Gurli Gregersen, Art Deco 2

I have written two post on my blog about my work with my Art Deco choice. If you want to take a look please click here: Art Deco Postcards for the first and here for the last:
Art Deco Postcards – 2

You are very welcome at our blogs so please come and visit us.

 

 

Spring Trade!

Here’s what five enthusiastic artists created during our last trade for the theme Spring. Click on an image for a larger view.

What would your postcard feature for Spring?