Welcome to Tuesday Throwdown # 241 "Up In The Air" (Things That Fly) challenge. What fabulous projects and cards everyone did last week! Team A is so excited to share all of those love cards. See below for details. We look forward to your submissions.
Our winner from the last challenge, chosen via random.org is:
by 5 May 2015 to claim your prize.
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Our challenge theme this week is to make a Up In The Air (Things That Fly) project
Please note, entries which do not follow the theme will not count for the prize draw and may be removed.
Visit the DT blogs for more details on their projects and leave them a little comment love while you're there. We all love getting feedback, don't we?
Heather Valentin is creative , award winning, modern-day fantasy and whimsical artist who has displayed a dynamic and vibrant energy while painting professionally for over 18 years.
She began to express herself creatively through movement at a very young age.
For many years she studied dance, being drawn to forms that allowed creative self expression, all the while feeling this constant urge to create with her hands. The canvas is now her dance floor where color, beauty and drama are expressed through her every pencil sketch and brush stroke. Her subjects vary from fairies, fantasy, mermaids, vampires, dragons, wildlife, abstract and more. She is one who is inspired in a single moment. Her dreams, moods and the the unfolding beauty of the world around her is what charts her dance for the day. She is most alive when sketching and painting, creating timeless pieces that reflect her heart and soul. Drawing breathes life into her soul- it enables her to reach out and touch lives. This gives her a place in the world one character and painting at a time.
Heather's artist portfolio has expanded to include such clients as Pepsi, Outback Steakhouse, Nabisco, Zephryhils and can now be found at Laguna Art, Third Stone Art Gallery and Sausalito Art Galleries, along with commercial and private collections across the globe.
Her latest foray is to immortalize her popular drawn characters Eleanor and Pickles in a children's book of their own.