Tuesday, December 4, 2012

ATCs: The Big Chill

Who is she? What is she thinking? 
   Has she been forgotten or is she patiently waiting for someone?
The Big Chill by Lisa in Ashburn, Virginia.
The November ATC swap brought these enchanting, intriguing, playful and magical images in response to the theme, The Big Chill. Take a look...
The Big Chill by Carlene in Harrison, Tennessee
As I complete another year of hosting my ATC swaps, I would like to send a heartfelt Thank You to all the artist traders, both current and past, who have shared their creativity, talent and a bit of themselves with me and the other ATC artists through their art. This month, I have credited the artists in the photo captions and included their geographic location.
The Big Chill by Arlene in Lincolnshire, Illinois.
Next year will be Year 5 of my ATC swaps. Believe it or not, there have been a few ATC artists that have been with me since the beginning. Wow!
The Big Chill by Marilyn in Memphis, Tennessee.
To everyone who views my FiberAntics ATC posts, I hope you have enjoyed and been inspired by the themes and the artwork. Leave a comment and let the artists know you enjoy seeing their work. I know I treasure my 4-year collection of ATCs that I have received through the trades.
The Big Chill by Bonnie in Arlington Heights, Illinois.
You can view ATCs from previous swaps by typing "ATC" in the Search field under Search this Blog. The themes for 2013 are posted here. Details, guidelines and a little history about Artist Trading Cards can be found here. If you'd like to join us for an upcoming swap, send me an e-mail.
The Big Chill by Karen in Ooltewah, Tennessee.
The size of these cards are 2.5" x 3.5" and you might be surprised all you can do on artwork this size. The medium and materials are up to you. All that is asked is that you do your best and follow the Golden Rule: give what you would like to receive.
The Big Chill by Veronica in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
So, until next year, I hope you have enjoyed the show!
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