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LYA 2018 Side Swap 2-2

LYA 2018 Side Swap # 1

Side swapping postcards is the worthy successor of Liberate Your Art Postcard Swap… Exchanging those cards after the LYA official run is now a traditional event, where fun and talent are combined together…

Thank you to each of you: Lora Lee, Kathy, Anne, Charlotte, Ma’, Sharon and Toni… Each of your work is different but each reflets your creativity and has its own character…

Let me share with you the first batch of this 2018 side swap…

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Lora Lee Chapman

This is a surprise side swap due to the kindness of Lora Lee from California, she is an amazing photographer, have a look at her website

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Kathy McIntire

This super mixed media artwork comes from my friend, Kathy from South Carolina, a talented and creative Lady, stop by her studio Facebook page, it will brighten your day!

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Anne Stuer

Sand, sea glass, ocean… everything that I love! What a gorgeous postcard coming from another friend, Anne Stuer, from Maine. Anne works with different techniques: gelli print, encaustic plate and many more. Recently she created superb paintings using beeswax crayons. Fabulous results!

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Charlotte Prado

Coming from Maryland, Charlotte’s collage is beautiful and cheerful, a kind of invitation for holidays… I specially enjoy it!

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Autumn days can be delightful as this silver leaf from Ma’ from France. Delicate rain drops add some mystery to the image… Have a look at her blog.

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Sharon Lane

This sweet gerbera daisy comes from Sharon, from Texas. Another talented lady, you will see for yourself upon visiting her blog… Sharon wrote those wonderful words of Kimber Annie Engstrom : “I will go pick daisies and happy a happy heart”… I bet yours will be happy looking at Sharon’s artwork…

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Toni Hanner

Toni’s talents are numerous: poet, mixed media artist, sense of humor and I bet many more. Toni from Oregon loves French and … France. This is why she chose for the background of her sweet postcard some verses of “Le Barbier de Séville”, French play written by Beaumarchais and also an opera buffs by Rossini… “J’aime les mains de bébé” says Toni at the back of her postcard…

That’s all Folks… for today!