I created FAT Tuesday to showcase inspiring artists and to provide a forum for Artists to share their work with one another--this includes all types of arts, photography and crafts, including writing and poetry. If you would like to take part in FAT Tuesday, these are the guidelines:
* Upload what you want to share onto your blog.
* Don't forget to leave a link to your art on Linky tools.
* Be sure to visit other artists who have left their link.
* Leave a comment when you visit each artist's page.
(We artists need to encourage each other!)
* Be sure to leave a link to FAT Tuesday on your blog page.
(You can copy the button at the bottom of the page if you'd like.)
To see more of Martina's wonderful handiwork and share her dreams, visit Chatelain's Dreams.
For more delightful insights and fabulous quilts by Carol visit Fun Old Hag.
I found Sunny through my sister Clytie. She is a talented photographer who's photos are spiced with unusual angles and gorgeous scenery. I love her photography! The photo above is no exception--the dappled shadow on the old red barn with the silhouette of old wheel in front is just spectacular! We once visited Massachusetts so I laughed when I read she and her husband now reside in the mountains of that state. The mountains there we would call hills here in the Pacific Northwest! Dear Sunny writes, "for nearly 30 years I lived on Cape Cod before my husband and I moved back to the mountains of Massachusetts with our Golden doodle Lucy, and our cats, Lilly and Molly...Some of you would call them hills but they're mountains to me!"
To see more of Sunny's lovely photography, visit Barnyards and Barnacles.
I always enjoy introducing a brand new artist. Jon is a very talented artist. His artwork shows great promise and his writing skills are amazing. Clytie introduced Jon to ATC cards recently, and the above piece, entitled Waterfalls, is the result. He writes, "Sup gentlemen! My name is Jonathan, although people call me Jon. My nickname is Nyuura...I'm 14, and I'm an artist and a writer."
Drop by with an encouraging word for this talented budding artist, at Nyurra's Random Art.
I found Yvonne through Sissy Deann's page, The Whimsey Assylum. I laughed and laughed over this funny collage! I love Yvonne's delightful sense of humor--and I hope you do too. She writes, "I dabble in this and that! I spent several years creating stained glass pieces and now my focus is on rubber stamping, collage and altered art."
To see more of Yvonne's artwork visit ARTic Blonde Creations.