The fires in Alberta as well as British Columbia and Saskatchewan are the first time Canada has had to face the fact of global warming where it’s been to such a drastic extreme. Climatic heat is driving the fires along with wind and no rain. It is the rain that will finally put these fires out. The number of selfless people fighting these fires with no sleep and beyond exhaustion is numbing. How long can they keep it up ? Will the oil sands finally ignite? The animal MAN has created this scenario, ignoring all warnings. This piece puts everything I feel into one page. Mother Nature looking out at us with disbelief as she burns … on Mother’s day.
More challenges for April, this birthday month was very busy. The African Queen was created for the letter Q in the A to Z challenge. I love the colour blast of this page.
You know those photos of family when they decide to do something silly …. this is one of those times and I told this fellow “you know that’s going to be scrapped don’t you?” … It was a fun page to do, glad my boys can still want to play.
Young woman and pretty lady were created for the stamp challenge. I combined two challenges again with young woman, using a kit supplied by Gabbi Designs.
Pretty lady is an aunt when she was young. The image is a portrait of her.
Happy birthday Just Art! It’s been a whole year since this site was created. Time flies when you are having fun. I created Photoshop brushes and some elements for my mixed media paper dolls challenge. What fun this challenge was, members created a parade of delightful dolls for this challenge. These two are mine.
More birthday fun with the this or that challenge. I chose a vintage photo of myself and my sister’s two dogs as the main feature. I don’t usually work in such bright colours so this was a big challenge for me.
This page was created for the Astrology challenge.
A birthday card using Red Dog Designs kit for the challenge
Sound of the Rain was done for the vignette challenge. I decided to do it a bit differently and added the word rain to this photo taken when the rain came teaming and streaming in on our driveway and we could hardly see out the window.
N is for nautilus, one more page for the A to Z challenge
Sunset on the Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia.
Our 3D word challenge this month was the word celebrate. I put two challenges together to create this page
Dragon tales … my little bubble blowing dragon, Arty, is growing and wanted another adventure. After a rain shower he gathered all around him, including a new little girl dragon called Strawberry. A friend he was introduced to at Christmas. Arty is relating the Tigger story to them and they are enraptured. This page was created for April’s progressive scrap.
Not long ago I discovered June Macfarlane and her blog that has these great challenges. Each week the subject is different and the interpretation is up to the artist. This is my entry for this week. June has many high res images to play with as well. You can find the challenge page here: Dezinaworld
This photo was taken by my eldest son. The bright red of the anthuriums was perfect for this challenge.
Lesson of the birds was a colour palette challenge, suggesting a vintage page. I chose to do a college.
K is for Koala, created for the A to Z challenge
Energy … the Energy challenge once again and this time I use the reflection as well to create a page of solar power.
M is for Maya Angelou, one of my favourite poets. She will live forever in her words.
At Christmas the cat was sleeping on the dog’s bed and I decided it would make a great subject for March’s progressive scrap.