Thursday, August 19, 2010

thursday in the studio

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27 comments:

Nolwenn said...

So much creative juiciness is happening in your studio !
Thanks for sharing :)

superh2ogirl said...

Your work is amazing. I wish my creative juices flowed out like yours always! You brightened up my day and inspired me to tap into the juices a little more.

-Nicole
www.craftmysoul.blogspot.com

Janet Ghio said...

Whatever you are painting in the first photo looks fabulous! Are those stamps? What is that tool and how are you making those stamps--so many questions!!

Kelli Nina Perkins said...

I'm looking forward to taking your class on Wednesday! Ready to GO BIG!!! Kelli

Cerise said...

You are amazing! I love that purple flower, it's so vivid!

The Wind and the Sail said...

You are such an inspiration!

Pat said...

WoW! Are you using a soldering iron to carve stamps? Very cool!

Dawn said...

oh what a lovely series of pictures! I am endlessly inspired by your art. what are those adorable things you carved?

Yasmina said...

How wonderful! It seems like your creative adventures have been a lot of fun. And they look great too!

holly k said...

wow...love your work!! looks like you have a lot of fun. I especially love your watercolor stuff with fabric pens/paint...very beautiful! And so inspiring! Thanks for sharing!!!

Kittyj said...

Woohoo LOVE it all!!!

Becca said...

Oh my! Love this post, this is absolutely beautiful work! Love your blog.
Becca

Sandra Maccaferri said...

What a wonderful place!!!
Che meravilgioso luogo!!
Ciao.

Giovanna (GiGi) said...

Thanks again for sharing Alisa. Just the mojo injection I needed.xoxo

PaperPumpkin said...

This was heavenly. I need to revisit this post often! Thank you for letting me in!

Aly B said...

I believe I just had a craftgasam. There are so many fabulous tidbits in here- and the color! Just wow!

Linda said...

Thanks for your wonderful posts as always. Have you talked about those stamps in a previous post? Would you share the process? Fun foam?

Anonymous said...

Wow...this is my first visit to your blog. Your work is INCREDIBLE! I will be returning!

Shelley Davis

Cassie Shella said...

Oh the creativity seems endless! So much inspiration - now my brain isn't going to turn off all night, but thanks so much for keeping me up. Have a Blessed week.

Caleen said...

Wow.. Such amazing magic you are working in your studio. Where do you get all that creative energy? Wish I had some ! Love the stamps and all that color in your painting . You really transform something into real beauty! Thanks for sharing your talents :)

grayzeee said...

I'm also curious about your stamps! That looks like fun! I love your blog... definitely makes things start dancing in my head!

metrochic said...

i remain, as always, in awe of you.

Heather said...

wow, I wish I had 1/3 the creativity and productivity you have. I love what I am seeing here!!

deb did it said...

words are not necessary when you post your photos! you are always a precious, valuable inspiration! I love the photo of you drilling with the mask!! You are the Queen Diva of Creation!!

Nihan SARI said...

so nice Alisa,
thanks for your all sharings:))

Dotti said...

What kind of foam are you using for your stamps...is it thick fun foam???

Artista said...

I would like to know how you make your stamps too. How about a tutorial?

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