Thursday, 23 August 2007

HS:MS

White
The palest colour and sign of purity.

My surname used to be White before I got married. It wasn't the name on my birth certificate but this is the document that says I legally became a White after my mum and dad got married.

After looking on the Altered Pencil Lines blog and seeing the fabby lino prints by Anam, I remembered that I had a heap of lino blocks somewhere.... now where is beyond me, I have searched everywhere and can I find them.... oh no!!! Well I did find this print I did whilst at college. a really simple cut but it gives a really sharp, clear print. I will get Rob to look in the loft spaces when he gets in and hopefully he will find the blocks.

It is that time again folks. Voting for the Masterchef competition has opened. You can see the artwork HERE. And vote for you favourite LO HERE. You have until Saturday so go and vote, there are some amazing entries this round... it's a difficult choice.

18 comments:

Hazel said...

What a special 'white' that is for you.

Rachael said...

A great take on "White". Love your print. I lost most of my work from Art College I have no idea where it went too :(
Rach
x

Diana said...

Such an great take on todays prompt. Di X

Ruth said...

that is stunning..wow. Beautiful work.

Terrie said...

What a great take on the prompt. Well done. x

Looby said...

fantastic take on today's prompt!

Angela said...

Ahh, I love that, how special and what a great idea :-)

Louise said...

Fab example of White!

Aubrey Harns said...

I love your "white" post. How neat!
Aubrey

Sue Nicholson said...

That is really thinking out of the box. A good clear shot too :)

Love it

Sue :)

Paula said...

Oh WOW - just been to the masterchef gallery and can spot yours a mile off - it is beyond words - i honestly think its your best yet!!!! LOVE IT!!!!!!!!
Good luck hun x

SuzyB said...

A great interpretation of the word, love it :o) x

Joy said...

What a great take on the word! Lovely job!

Vanda said...

Gorgeous photos Louise and I love the one from yesterday too. My best friend lives in Nottingham too, 250 miles away from me xXx

Karen said...

What a special post!

Jemma said...

wow great print, i didnt realise you were so talented! :P

its fantastic xxx

etteY said...

cool take on the word :D

Andrew said...

Smashing interpretaion of the prompt and smashing artwork, too! It's amazing how HS:MS is taking the lot of us on quite a journey - thanks for sharing!
Ax