Wednesday, August 31, 2005

INDIANA JONES TYPE OF ATMOSPHERE

This is a hidden Sake bar I went to in NYC Village. Took awhile to find, but was well worth it. The Sake bar is located on a side street, then down a staircase. When you walk in, looks like you entered an Indiana Jones Movie set. Very Unusual and Ecclectic inside, everything looks vintage, 1920's exploration. Authentic type style. Very inspirational. I couldn't wait to create when I left there. I owe this experience to Adrian, the other Indiana Jones!

Australian Halloween ATC no.15 in Halloween Series


"AUSTRALIAN HALLOWEEN"
This piece was inspired from vintage halloween images and old halloween art, from the late 1800's and 1920’s era. From the early exploration images and children's images, ect. From Indiana Jones and Anthropology images. Think illustrations from our past. Magic images and halloween parties, harvest moon and pumpkins. I love Australia and its culture. I love to mix images and to create anything w/witches, fantasy, gothic or to do w/Halloween. I love the unusual
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WIZARDS PLAY ATC no.13 in Wizardry/Magic Series



"WIZARDS PLAY" This piece was inspired from A Vintage English/Scottish Castle. A secret magic garden were one can escape and be magical. It's so Vintage, yet magical too. I love Vintage.. ENJOY!

Monday, August 29, 2005

WITCHES BALL ATC no.3 in Halloween Series

Witches Ball, is one of my many favorites.This piece was inspired by the vintage Halloween illustrations and the Elementary School Halloween Costume Parades, from our past and our youth. I love to mix images and to create anything w/pumpkins or moons or to do w/Halloween.

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New ATC's Gothic Series No. 5

"The Witches of New Orleans" is the 5th card in my Gothic Series. This piece mixes several art mediums. I was inspired from vintage halloween images and old halloween art, from the 1800's and 1920’s era. From the early mardi gras costume balls and party images, ect., The New Orleans Witches Balls and haunted nights. Secret hideways and moon light.
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