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Thursday, May 20, 2010

Earth Angels Web Show

Since many people could not attend last weekends Earth Angels show in Warwick, Earth Angels has scheduled a LIVE webshow with exclusive offerings and shopping opportunities...TUNE in SUNDAY, MAY 23rd at 8PM Eastern Standard Time. This event will be LIVE with postings/creations shown on this blog ( The Earth Angels) at promptly 8PM and items being marked as sold as the event proceeds.Almost 20 Earth Angels artists will participate so if you have the time please stop by to see what amazing creations will be offered.

I just finished these 2 pieces up and they will be offered for sale at the webshow. Both are made on 25" x 25" canvases so they are pretty big!
I just love the little ones on this piece, enlarge the pics to see more details.
This piece has 30 tintypes ( I thought they made a neat border)and has a working clock, I am so pleased about how this turned out!

I will be attending the show myself to see what goodies will be offered by these wonderful artists........................................................................
Nicol Sayre, Heidi Steiner , Magda Trzaski , Cart Before The Horse, Debrina Pratt, Letty Worley, Valerie Weberpal, Jill Wiener, Debbie Thibault, Pat Murhpy, Leslie McCabe, Laurie Meseroll, Jennifer Lanne, Dara DiMagno, Deidre Friebeley, Diana Card, Nicole Bowen, and Stacy Bear.


Lori said...

HOLY MOLY!!! you have seriously outdone yourself...if that is even possible...everything you make...i fall in love with your talent all over again...these are SO gorgeous...i love the pot of posies with the wee ones pictures, that is so darn sweet...and the tintype piece...WOWZERS!!! i know someone who would just love this to PIECES...i am going to email her the link to your post!!!

clustres said...

Abundant creativity! Love these! The little photos of babies are so sweet...and a working clock in the other one with all those tintypes...what!!!!

Laura @ 52 FLEA said...

It all looks awesome!
Holy Moly!
You are amazing Cheryl! :)

Sanja said...

Both are gorgeous. The first one is my favourite.:-)Awesome work!

Michelle Palmer said...

These are absolutely WONDERFUL! :D

Tina said...

oh my... you creations are so beautiful Cheryl. I just LOVE the one with the baby dress.
xo Tina

Unknown said...

I have always loooooved your work but these canvases take my breath away!!


RosesRadishesandRubbish said...

OH my goodness Cheryl, These pieces are just amazing and beautiful. :)THe first one is my favorite. These will get scooped up quickly!!:) I am wondering if it was hard for you to give up all those wonderful photos??



Anonymous said...

These pieces took my breath away!!!! Cheryl, they are incredible! I wish I could own them both!!! Really increible! You should be very content with these works of art!

tammy smith said...

hey Cheryl-
These are so lovely (as usual). You should list your prices here--I'm sure you'd get some of them sold before the show itself. Congrats on more awesome work. LOVE the tintypes and the flowers you made too.

Monica said...

Stunning mixed media art pieces! Love it!

Daryle and Katie... kindred spirits said...

Cheryl... The clock and vintage child's dress with the tintype photo border is exquisite! You come up with the most extraordinary ideas and pieces of work; using these wonderful "finds" and treasures! Always inspiring, always full of surprises... a delight! Daryle

Rustique Gal said...

The tintype border and the clock on the dress! The flower girls, I love them. Sorry to have missed the show. I must get out more!

Lovey said...

Beautiful...I love these beautiful pieces. You are very talented. I would love for you to link up with me and other talented artist at
Thanks Lovey,

Lenae May said...

Absolutely charming composition! I always love peeking at your work!

The Rustic Victorian said...

Ok,,your killing me,,,sigh,,,beyond wonderful. The thing I love about your work is that I feel the time,soul,the spirit moving, evolving, then it is. That is creative genius. An honor to gaze upon your work, or should I say, Play.