Wednesday, August 24, 2011

in the studio

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22 comments:

  1. OH MY! Alisa, these are Sumptuous!

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  2. you are so creative your work is soooo amazing xxx

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  3. i love your blog!!!!so amazing!

    ggglg
    san

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  4. Love the sneaky peak at techniques and projects. Gets my mind whirling :)

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  5. beautimous! How do you keep up with it all???

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  6. What inspiration! your energy and vision amaze me.

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  7. Please help me for Christ sake

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  8. I so enjoy seeing your works in progress. Those pink dots are wonderful :)

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  9. I know that if I'm having a creative slump - all I need to do is visit your blog to be totally inspired. Thanks for always sharing your explosive creativity! It always motivates me.

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  10. That first photo makes me think of the floor of Jackson Pollock's studio in East Hampton, NY. I took a workshop there this summer which included a tour of his studio - and, after you put on soft, foam slippers - you actually walk on the floor where he painted most of the works we know!

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  11. just beautiful!

    I love that new book...preordered it months ago and was so excited to get it! love all that fabric and stitching...can't wait to play1

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  12. Great photos. They make me want to dive into some paints right now.

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  13. whyducks9:47 AM

    Lovely!

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  14. Good coulors, nice work. Petra from Holland

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  15. I love all yours creatios.
    All is sumptuous

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  16. Lotd of activity and sure lots of fun! Lovely!

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  17. So beautiful! Fabulous work and great documentary of the color tactile experience. Thanks for sharing with us!

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  18. love love love!

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  19. Holly S.9:10 PM

    Let's see... which picture do I love the best? This one and this one and this one and this one and obviously I love them all! I'm partial, though, to your blue leaves. An idea I may have to appropriate as I'm working on changing my world.

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  20. Very inspiring Photos! You make me want to be you! Cannot wait to sign up for one of your online classes. Laura Bray recommended sketchbook and she looked like she made a lot of progress with it~

    www.mel-designs.typepad.com

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