Hi Suki, I tried to find your's and your name but couldnt. What am I looking for and where?
yes me too. don't know your real name but wanted to see your stuff.please tell.
Suki, congratulations! So far I have found two of your works. Wonderful. Fun to find you there among so many talented artists. Your work stands out! I will keep looking. (between clients!) ;-)
Lynn there are only two of my works shown.
Cool Suki. I found them. I dont remember those two. did you blog them? Maybe it's been awhile. How fun is that.Congrats. What did they do with the other 11 collages you sent them. Where DID you send them?
the other collages will be sent to 11 other people. One goes to an art museum. I will receive 11 or12 collages made by other participants. I took off my name as not sure whether I want it on the blog or not. Not due to the regular blog exchangers here but rather due to ??? I don't even know. I know a few people tell their names on their blogs. I am uncertain about this. So I don't know how the rest of you can find me.
Like Chris in Oregon, I looked for Suki Poet and even tried to imagine, from the art I looked at, which one might have been done by you. So in myhead you've been given credit for several even though I know you only contributed two.
I can understand your reluctance (which I share) about posting your name on your blog. But how about maybe just posting one of the collages, so we can play detective? Whatever you decide, I love the whole idea and congratulations to you for being a part of it!
Never mind. I found you quite easily. Your work is lovely.
Suki, this is a great exhibition, and your two collages are awsome. I remember the temple as you put it together. It is a great show too, very inspiring and you will receive 11 collages:) Do you know which ones?Have a wonderful dayAndrea
Oh two good suggestions. I will try later to find the original pictures of these collages. And also here are the collage names. Temple and Housekeepers shield.Thanks to all who are interested. It was fun to participate. I have never done such a thing before. I have no idea what the art museum in Texas will DO with all these unframed collages but it is kinda neat they will receive on from each of us.I think the exhibit rules etc are somewhere on the Virtual Tart website which is run by Dale Copeland from New zealand.
On my way to see them again among other works. And I know your name. :)Congrats, Suki! It's great to have your collages on show.
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