Saturday, December 19, 2009

Lilian's Book



My entry into Lilian's book is finished. A raccoon must have his cigarette. These pictures may seem a bit random, and they are. I think that the wrapping paper speaks to the colors and forms Lil uses, and we know that she is not adverse to randomness.

I am ashamed that this has taken me so long. I hope that you will like it.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Sand Monsters in James's book

It was a real joy to work in James's book! Abstract and subject-less works are not my nature. That's why the following James's and Liu's entries were so freeing for me. Still, I needed the subject. So sand monsters on the beach looked pretty suitable to me here.

Thank you for inspiring me!
Hope you like it.
And sorry for holding it too much.

Am I supposed to send it to Bea now?

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Liu and James in Exposição "Atelier Subterrânea em Pelotas"




Exposição "Atelier Subterrânea em Pelotas"
"Série Devaneios" - 2009

A exposição “Atelier Subterrânea em Pelotas”, que abre dia 3 de setembro, quinta-feira, às 19h, reúne na Galeria de Arte do Instituto de Arte e Design da UFPEL, em Pelotas, a produção artística de Adauany Zimovski, Gabriel Netto, Guilherme Dable, James Zortéa, Lilian Maus e Túlio Pinto, integrantes do Atelier Subterrânea (Av. Independência, 745/Subsolo – Porto Alegre). Na mostra, os artistas expõem desenho, fotografia, escultura e vídeo. No dia da abertura haverá ainda uma conversa com os artistas, realizada às 17h.

Abertura: quinta-feira, 3 de setembro, às 19h
Conversa com artistas dia 3 de setembro, às 17h
Local: Galeria de Arte do IAD (R. Alberto Rosa, 62, Pelotas/RS)
Visitação: de segunda a sexta, das 9h às 11h30 e das 14h30min às 17h30min
Encerramento: 30 de setembro de 2009
Informações e visitas pelo email: galeriadearteiad@gmail.com

Monday, August 17, 2009

Lilian's entry on Bea's book



I'm working now with drawing on post its.
My last work: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lilianmaus/sets/72157622002246668/
In this entry, I work with post its and texture drawing.
I hope you enjoy!

Who is the next?
Could you send me the address?

More one ask:
Marty, do you have my Moleskine: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lilianmaus/3249200518/in/set-72157612807950120/ ? Could you send me it again? Thanks sooo much.

Take care,
and have a good week!

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

I’ve got my book!



After a little bit more than a year of traveling around the world my book finally has back to my house. I can’t describe how beautiful it is! It’s full of surprises that I could see only when I hold it in my hands! I want to share it with you, but it’s impossible to show it all in pictures! I tried to make a video, but didn’t succeed to do it properly. So here are some photos that can barely show it.
Thank you all SO much! I feel so lucky!
I still have six free pages in my book. I’m wondering how to share them. Any suggestions?
P.S.
Just one question – who created the big stickers? (they’re the same as the small ones that I used)

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

A century of Gre-Nais


My red entry on Bea´s book!



My blue drawing!

"Gremistas claim their striking combination of blue, black and white makes for a more beautiful jersey; Colorados prefer their classic red."

Saturday, July 11, 2009

New entry by Liu Maus



Lili completed her fertile work. Great entry with colour full post its! Now, I'll send the books to Marina. I appreciate all comments about my work, especially from Marty. People, I hope you enjoy my book.

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Start Shooting




I started my book and Lilian went to start her work too. More few days to draw and I will send the Moleskines to Marina.

Sunday, July 5, 2009

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Thanks Tim!


moly_x in the "Small" show at the High Falls Art Gallery in Rochester, NY.

Sunday, June 7, 2009

detail

Hi, everybody!
This is a detail of my entry on Marina´s book.
I will send this to James.
By the way, I need Jame´s adress.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Note from Beá.

Hi, Marty
 
Nice to hear from you!
Thank you for your interesting words about my images (click on Beá's name and check out her latest images).
 
Yes, I received the Marina´s book.
I am working in its pages.
And I brought japonese moleskine from NY, (pearl paint).
I am going to do some thing to send for the group.
 
I don´t know for who, (I should use whom?) I will send mine and the Marina´s book.
I will finished both in the weekend, and I will post it soon.
 
Take care,
Beá Meira

Friday, May 15, 2009

My book.



I am sending this book to Tim Clary to be part of the "Small" show at the High Falls Art Gallery in Rochester, New York. It will be up for a month or so, then I will pass it on to Bea in Brasil. Marina & Lillian, you can add this show to your resume. Tim will be taking some photos for us.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Marina's Book


Going with the park theme that Marina started I went with the neighborhood dog park. Since we don't have children at home any longer, I guess that the dogs are our children. Little surprises for you in this book, Marina.

I am going to send this book to Beá, tomorrow. So excited by our new members.

Friday, April 24, 2009

Finally, finally, finally!

I have three books. I have started on Marina's book. These books are so beautiful. At one point I had 11 books in my house. I did four in a week and 1/2.I just got one more in the mail. I now have 8 books. moly_x_18 is my new priority. I am doing 2 book per week until they are all gone from my house.

Did we ever find other artists to join the group? I forget.

Love,

Marty

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Lilian Maus' Moleskine

I just start this Moleskine.
I'll send it tomorrow to Marty for our exchange.

My Drawings:



James Zortéa's drawings (another artist from Brazil/Porto Alegre city)
He desire to joint us, ok?!





Final Image - Lilian Maus in Marina Grechanik's Moleskine



It's my drawing in Marina Grechanik's Moleskine.
I loved all this sequence of drawings. 
This drawing was a challenge, because the Masha's work is excellent.




Final Image - Lilian Maus in Marty Harri's Moleskine



Now I post the final images of my drawing in Marty Harri's Moleskine.
I hope you enjoy!