Saturday, May 28, 2011


Take A Word     Zetti
Alter It Monthly     May: Out of the Woods
Theme Thursday     Thursday Challenge-Texture and/or Layers!

I have just found these 2 challenges recently. They look like they're going to be a lot of fun to play at and  as you can see,  I had some fun today.
Texture and Layers, oh yes, Theme Thursday. It's amazing how a combination of thoughts can spark a creation.
I wasn't familiar with the word Zetti, so after trying to look it up in the dictionary, my word guru, who is also a crack researcher, found this link for me--Zettiology  You really must click on this link and have a look around a very interesting site. A husband, wife team has created an art form and named it Zetti. 
My piece is not a true Zetti, that's why I have named it "Zetti-esque" , but I think I have stayed in the realm. 
I used a twinchie doll and parts that I got from Ten Two Studios, Lisa Vollrath is another very talented artist that I admire and since I'm trying to branch out my artist skills these are some people that I'm learning from.
I used my new Claudine Hellmuth products, gesso, and paints, a couple of Bo Bunny brads, Graphic 45 metal flowers, a Spare Part arrow, my PrismaColors, SU metallic pencils, distrees inks, a black Sharpie marker(I don't think I could get along without my Sharpie markers), and all of this now lives on a $1.00 wooden frame. 
Let your imaginations soar and create!

Thanks for visiting and viewing,
Beverly G ♥


Zuzu's Blog said...

thanks for joining in with Alter it monthly :) wonderful vibrant arty looking piece you have brought us to feast upon. nice job
Z x

Netty said...

Terrific altered art and loving your doodles. Enjoy the weekend, Annette x

Sharon said...

Oh Beverly I just love this - wow!!

Terry said...

This is an exquisite altered frame! Love those colors! Beautiful! Have a great weekend!

Linda said...

okay--I'm so in awe of this piece I'm speechless (yeah, I know--I hear you laughing all the way over here as you read that LOL)...seriously, Beverly, this is one of your best pieces so far! It will be very interesting to watch you branch out into more mixed-media works and see how fast the accolades start rolling in ;-)