Thursday, April 9, 2009

even more...

BUNDLE n.
1. A group of objects held together, as by tying or wrapping.
2. Something wrapped or tied up for carrying; a package.
3. Main ingredient in the Disintegration Collaboration



Robyn from Art Propelled











Anne from Bulles Dorees











Alicia from Altered Bits













Caroline from Caroline at Coastcard













Patricia from Patricia Bronstein Art













Lise from Scrap Papillon













Wayne from POGA Art










Pat from Artfully Ooglebloops








I am thrilled to say that two artists who are also teachers have introduced this project to their students, all of whom made their own bundles.


Click here to read about Roxanne's class.








Click here to read about Deb's.









Thank you both for sharing this project!

13 comments:

marianne said...
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marianne said...

the variety and creativity just keeps amazing me! nice to feel part of the bigger project- and i can't wait to see what happens next! :)

ooglebloops said...

Always interesting to see how everyone creates their bundles!!!

The Weaver of Grass said...

My bundle has become part of the family - it sits in the tree and the birds perch on it, the hens scratch underneath it, the rain rains on it, the wind blows it about - and during all this activity it just ..IS

diane said...

How wonderful. I have been looking at mine! It will be exciting to "open" it up in several weeks.

The Junkin' Yaya said...

Hey buddie!

Thanks for stoppin' by the yaya! I see you know my friend...Alicia! Isn't she great....I will run over there to read your "inspiring" words! ;)

Take care and keep in touch! xo..deb

Lynn said...

fun seeing all these...and goodie we had some more rain and mine is soaked once more...but still looks pretty much like it did on day one.
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Jill Zaheer said...

Your disintegration project, now a world wide collaboration, has certainly created bundles of joy for so many to behold. What's equally as wonderful is the introduction of so many varied artists, their blogs, art work and the those that they have inspired to participate in the disintegration project. All of these amazing bundles have shown contagious enthusiasm, inspiration and excitement for so many. It's really rewarding to see all of the students participation and involvement as well!

Robyn said...

I have come this close...**... to digging up my bundle just to check out what's going on after all the rain. The stick marker I put into the ground has vanished...probably a visiting Hadeda carried it off to it's nest.

alteredbits said...

wow, so many new people have joined your collaboration -- this is so great!! it's fabulous to see all of the great contributions of amazing creativity. i'm anxious to discover what "part two" is. :)

Anonymous said...

darn impressive - these all look great. jo.hn

Stephanie said...

Enjoying seeing these bundles of the bundles...

rachel whetzel said...

OK!! I've updated my late night post with good daylight photos!! lol SO happy to be taking part in this!! LOVE what all these amazing people are sharing!!
http://www.minetothine.com/2009/04/disintegration-project.html