Thursday, October 28, 2010

Carol Pallesen Workshop, continued

These last two images aren't cards. I'm not sure what I'm going to use them for. I was thinking the tree image would look good with some words written in white on the lower right side. We'll see.




9 comments:

Kate said...

Looks like it was a great workshop, Julie! I'm surprised you didn't have your camera! But thanks for sharing those beautiful images.

Shelly @ Life on the Wild Side said...

Oh my gosh, I love these! That tree is amazing, Julie. Definitely put it on a card with some words. Need some?? :)

Jane Farr said...

I am in love! I agree. Please, add lettering. The spot you mentioned is crying out for it. :)

Rena said...

Loving the tree, all of the batik pieces are amazing!!! Thank you for sharing your beautiful talent.

x Rena

Luce H. Zolna said...

Yeow!!!!
These are gorgeous.

LuckyDog said...

I've never heard of batik on paper before. Leave it to Carol to come up with such a great workshop!
Your pieces are simply *beautiful*!

Kathy McCreedy said...

Oh my, Julie!!! These images, especially the tree, are stunning!!! I wish I could've been at that workshop! Not sure I'd have been clever enough to make something as cool as your tree, but still... sounds like a wonderful workshop and your work is outstanding!
xoxo

WildmanDesigns said...

Thanks, everyone, for your lovely compliments. Carol was a great teacher and gave us so many different options to try that everyone came out of that class with lots of "eye candy"!

Rena said...

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Best of luck to you and your ventures. I will be back to visit your lovely blog, and I hope you will do the same with mine....

Rena