The winner of the drawing for the Challenge Fabric will get to choose between these two Peace Flags.
The Challenge will continue until midnight, Saturday, September 22nd Eastern Time USA. Drawing for the Blue Challenge Fabric (which is a Peace Flag this month in honor of International Peace Day) will be on Sunday, September 23. Remember to be eligible to win the Peace Flag, you must play along.
Also be sure to visit Jennifer's blog for more BLUE.
Fiona at Paper Ponderings has some glorious BLUE paper cranes from Peace Park in Hiroshima.
Jo Murray has a lovely painting of BLUE pears on her site (and some hilarious ceramic pieces).
Lisa at arzigogolare has just posted the most amazing series of blue photos...BLUE as a reflection...BLUE as a shadow...they are breathtaking!
Here are some BLUE photos from Joan...looks like she's been getting around!
|Approaching the Grand Canyon|
|Flowers from a vendor in Italy|
Gorgeous blues! I love all colors, but blue continues to be my favorite, especially any blue and white combination. Beautiful images!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Angela. Hoping you might consider putting something blue on your blog. So glad that you're enjoying getting back to painting...I can see the joy in those flowers!Delete
Fabulous blues...and so many!ReplyDelete
Thanks Jo--Hope you had the chance to see Jennifer's and Fiona's blues as well.Delete
I'm not so sure about the blue tongue (altho we have a great blue tongued lizard here in Oz) but the depth of blue in some of the others is breathtaking. Love the blue peace flags too! Am off to checkout Jo's now (even tho I saw her last night!)ReplyDelete
Couldn't resist the blue tongue. It's my Mom on her 80th birthday (I can see her cringing as I write this!). She had just spent part of the day with her grandchildren at the pool and we were enjoying some frozen ice treats. Her's was supposed to be blueberry. Loved the youthfulness of her sticking out her blue tongue.
What could be more fun than searching for Roy G Biv. I am late to the party, but here are my blue photos http://swightr.blogspot.com/ReplyDelete
Susan- For some reason, your comment never made it to me and I just happened upon it here at the blog..so sorry. Thanks for taking part and hope you will be up for another round in October...Indigo. I just started working on the Challenge fabric today (Sept 29). Will mention you blues in my next post.Delete
What a vibrant collection of blues! The one of your mom's tongue made me smile...it's kind of a shock when you first see it, but learning the story behind it is fun. The blue backgrounds on your peace flags came out beautifully...I'm looking forward to visiting the link you sent to see at all of the peace-inspired creativity.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Lisa. At first I was a little stymied by blue. But then became inspired. I did a whole series of photos with cobalt blue vases and candlesticks. So who knows...maybe a future post. Glad you enjoyed Mom's blue tongue! I have photos of my final Peace Flags here (Peace: Honoring a Friend) and over at the other blog...which has AMAZING art pieces!Delete