Saturday, May 22, 2010

Graffifi-Town



I painted this background the other day while enjoying Alisa's class and loving all of her fun and funky images. I really didn't know what to do with it, whether to write a big graffiti word on it or not. So today Mattie Lou muse suggested I paint Graffiti-town on it so ok, Mattie Lou is always wild and crazy so I followed her advice. It's a happy little Graffiti-town. Look closely over the door posts.





17 comments:

Janie Husband said...

I love it!!!!!..looks like a happy place....

Buffy said...

I love your little happy graffiti town! Especially the cross. We need more real towns like this where its just a happy place,no crime etc..

PaperPumpkin said...

Bold & beautiful, Martha! I do love your words over the doors! have a happy weekend! ~K

DJ said...

Can I rent an apartment there for the weekend?
:-)

Cori Lynn Berg said...

Awwwwww... perfect! I think the people in those houses only eat colored marshmallows for breakfast!

Marie aka Grams said...

We need more graffiti like that.
So much fun to see.

Michele said...

I love your graffiti town! Beautiful work!

Cristi Baxter Clothier said...

Your muse rocks! It looks great! I'm SO taking Alisa's class soon!

Carmelina said...

it's so fun flipping through your works each day...
the inspiration is priceless...



so...come by and have a peek at my creative endeavour today!

ciao bella
creative carmelina

Pam Johnson Brickell said...

Oooo, Martha, you've been on a roll! These and other post images are wonderful :)

margie Phillips said...

Cleaver you are.

Createology said...

Well said in happy graffiti town.

freebird said...

That is a super town! I love it. The words fit in with the idea of graffiti in a very positive way.

Was this an online class?

LeeAnn@Encouragement Is Contagious said...

So cool Martha! I love how you can go from one painting style to another and make it all look so easy!!! It gives me some more hope.

Hey, you will be proud of me. I've made more of the 5 minute watercolor flower pot paintings and have them at the printer now to be made into note cards. I will have a give-away next week with a set of them. All because of your wonderful tutorial.

Thank you!
Lee Ann

Diane said...

I hope you stay in graffiti town for a while--I love where your at right now.

Sherry said...

this is so cute.
I really like Alisha's blog too.
have you ever thought of putting your flowers or faces on this type of background? combining several of your techniques?

Queen Bee said...

Fabulous!

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