Sunday, August 23, 2009

Lyrical Interpretation: Book 3

I finally got around to Vesna's book to continue our round robin. It is such an amazing book. Vesna chose a poem rather then a song and her request was for us to place some faces of the past to fill her "home."
Vesna chose this really old, small picture album which was deconstructed for us to create our pages in. She also included this old bank register for a place for us to leave her a note and to leave our signatures. I love every page of this creation. This book "sung" to me.
It is such a lovely collection of like thoughts and ideas, yet each page is so unique. Here are my two pages.
I am sure you recognize Ernest from my last post. He is in such stark contrast to the other people pictured in the book. He is the only one smiling.
My second page is a veiled woman, more mature and very solemn.
It was difficult to pack this book up to pass on. It has such feeling and thought provoking elements to it. Great job to all of the artists. Vesna is sure to love it!
My last book awaits. It has already arrived and is so very different from all the rest. A sure challenge. I should be getting my completed book back very soon. I can't wait.


Lee W - The Way I See It said...

nicely done. Love both images you chose. And the lace is gorgeous!

Angela said...

So very pretty, can't wait to see them all!

The Feathered Nest said...

Your work is gorgeous Tammy, you KNOW I love the elements you've used! The book looks like it's amazing ~ your contribution is wonderful. I hope you all are doing great sweetie, please tell Shelby, Judy and MomaRu I said hello :)
xxoo, Dawn

Susan Tuttle said...

what a special treasure -- the vintage lace adds such a special touch:)

natalea said...

very beautiful! I just love seeing the pages from these books through you and Lee!
hope you are having a fantastic end of summer...xo

Sandy Michelle said...

I love the color palette and old pix you chose for your pages!I would have scanned every page and made my own little book.

SherryRoseBella said...

I love seeing your pages, Tammy! You are such a creative and talented girl!
see ya soon!