Tuesday, October 27, 2015

T-Stands-For- Architecture and FACES

An Altered book entry today inspired by Zillah's teapot service station.
Ein Altered Buch Eintrag inspiriert von der Teekessel Tankstelle in Zillah, WA
Oilpastelfrottage with Embossing folders and watercolor. Sentiment is set digital.
Ölpastellfrottage mit Embossingfoldern und Wasserfarbe.Spruch digital gesetzt.

Happy T-DAY to all my TSFT Friends!
It's also meant for Architecture at
Es ist auch gedacht für Architektur bei  

Art Journal Journey

and for 

49 faces

 No 41 (charcoal and marker on monoprint)

 and just altered a bit digital 
No 42


  1. herrlich das erste Bild die Farben sind so schön und das Thema!
    Dein Gesicht ist wieder so makant extravagant an zu sehen das find eich das tolle dran!
    Ich wünsche dir eine Gute Nacht und träum schön!
    Lieben Gruss Elke

  2. Great inspiration indeed, well done.

  3. Love the teapot! That saying is SO true!

  4. Fantastic teapot house and I am loving your scribble art faces too!

  5. eine schöne seite mit der teekanne als haus,schön bunt und fröhlich.
    dein scribble face ist auch ganz wunderbar.
    eine schöne neue woche,liebes.

    lieben gruß jenny

  6. da wäre ich gern alice im wunderland und der zauberer versteckt mich in dieser kanne - dann wäre ich gut aufgehoben!

  7. Wonderful teapot house, love the idea, and the face is a dream. Happy T day, hugs, Valerie

  8. Gorgeous pages Susi, and the teapot is a captivating feature. Love your face 41, but not so keen on face 42 - but that's all about personal taste rather than your art :-)

  9. haha, klasse teekannen-Gebäude!! sehr imaginativ... und das gesicht haut mich um... du musst mal deine anfänge vergleichen (die ich auch schon bewundert habe) mit jetzt... hammer!! schönen T-tag wünsch ich dir!

  10. How is it I've never heard of Zillah's teapot service station before? This is wonderful, and of course, I had to follow the link to it. I can't believe you were able to combine two challenges so flawlessly. Your drawing was awesome.

    Enjoyed seeing both faces, too. They were really different, even though one was altered from the other.

    Thanks for sharing the teapot service station and your lovely faces with us for T this Tuesday.

  11. Amazing pieces both of them! Love how you turned that tea pot into an architectural piece and the face like always is amazing! Oh loved the tea quote too, so true! :o)

  12. Beautiful and brilliant creation. Love the colours and design.xx{The Journey Is The Start aNNie my personal blog}

  13. I love the housey teapot! What fun it is! And your face is most interesting with it's mix of collage and digital pieces. Awesome work. Happy T Day :D

  14. Wouldn't it be fun to be out driving and come upon that cute Tea pot station.
    Your pages are delightful and the words are just perfect too.
    Happy T Day dear Susi oxo

  15. Love your tea pot house, its fun to look at. The face is beautiful and its super with the added digital pieces as well.
    Yvonne xx

  16. Your teapot is fun indeed. I love the quote. Very true.
    The face is awesome. My husband just walked past and glanced at it and commented positively and then asked if I had done that (!), no, I wish! lol.
    Thanks for visiting me earlier.
    Have a fab Tuesday and a very good week too,

  17. Love your teapot house! The colors and quote are among my favorites, too!

  18. A teapot train station? I want to visit there. Like what you did with the face, very interesting.

  19. Great teapot. It brought me a smile :) Happy T Day!

  20. Love the tea-pot/house page....but I am blown away by the charcoal face! It really is marvelous...the slightly unfinished / scribbly effect is perfect!! happy T day!

  21. Fabulous post Susi! Love your portaits and the teapot house is great! Chrisx

  22. Such pretty designs!!
    Happy T Day! :)

  23. How ingenious to use the teapot garage photo to make your painting. I like the windows and the teapot's colour. This is a super fun page, a teapot house. I wonder who lives there.

  24. Wow, Susi! Your work is always such an inspiration! I love it all! What a great idea of using mono prints for portrait backgrounds. I will have to get my Gelli Plate out and give it a try. Happy T-Day, Susi!

  25. Gorgeous tea pot!I'd like to have one like yours!Happy T Day! :)


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