domingo, 21 de junho de 2009

* my father

ATC for Sunday Postcard Art Challenge
(elements by Rina Kroes, Jeri Ingals and Kathryn Balint)
My father... He was an architect, painter, sculptor, photographer.
The world was a passion to his eyes and mind: he was an eternal traveller.
Above all, he was a serious and honest man.
These words are perfect about our relationship:
"He didn't tell me how to live; he lived and let me watch him do it."
(Quote by Clarence Budington Kelland)
I'm a lucky person!

16 comentários:

  1. Oh what a lovely heritage piece you have created AND that quote is superb.

  2. Incredible, It tells so much about your father, he sounds like a very acomplished man and that you had a special relationship with him. Wonderful!

  3. Your postcard is so beautiful and heartfelt, thank you for sharing about your special Father Luisa! The quote is perfect too :)
    ~*~ Patty

  4. What a beautiful tribute to your father! Your choice of color and elements on your card are perfect, and, of course, the quote is perfect as well!

  5. Hi Luisa I found your Sunday Postcard contribution actually on your blog. I've just now been to SP and no you don't have a link there.

    I find on a lot of the blogs if I leave a link it goes straight to their spam folder, so instead I now tell people they can see it on my blog.

    I use Firefox and I think that is the problem I have.


  6. Magnificant card! and Beautiful sentiments.

  7. This is a beautiful collage piece and tribute to your father- he sounds like a wonderful man!

  8. A wonderful piece of art Luisa...and a great tribute.

  9. This is delightful, Luisa.
    Fantastic collage. I love it.

  10. Linda montagem! Grande tributo! Belo trabalho! Nelson

  11. Wow Luisa this is a great tribute to your dad.
    Unblievable card. Love them.

  12. Really wonderful...thank you for sharing about your father, your postcard is a real tribute! LynnF

  13. What a wonderful creation, Luisa!

  14. Beautiful postcard and perfect quote too. Also admired all your other superb artwork on your blog.