Tuesday, October 01, 2013

Details-Theme Day, October, 2013

The charm is in the details.  Last Sunday I tagged along with a friend and visited Common Ground Meditation Center.  After the service I mingled  in the common room, admiring the children's artwork. I'm not sure  what the mask depicted, but the details of these two definitely stood out.  (Click each mask to enlarge to see if you agree)

To see how others have captured details for this month's theme, go here.


25 comments:

  1. Those children really are talented, so creative with the leaves attached to the masks.

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  2. A couple of look like the old style hockey masks. I bet those were the boys designs.

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  3. Some of these are quite scary.. :) The two you chose are the best ones though.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  4. I love all of the added details. very creative!

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  5. Truly budding artists' creations!

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  6. Masks are a unique art form, especially when reflective of indigenous cultures, or when reflecting the creativity of children as you have done.

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  7. I want to make one!

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  8. What a great display of masks. Those kids are very creative.

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  9. Good theme day post.

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  10. I think I need some to time to meditate on these creative concoctions! Looks like they had fun!

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  11. Charming details in these masks.

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  12. Great choice for theme day, Kate.

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  13. Wonderful choice Kate. These masks are so creative. I love children's art!
    V

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  14. It is amazing what a child's imagination can produce. Great details!

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  15. Fascinating masks these children have created. Wonder where their influences and ideas come from?

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  16. what a cute project.

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  17. Very nice masks! I agree with your choices. Both look like the work of budding artists.

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  18. I got a good laugh about the idea that these are hockey goalie masks.

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  19. I appreciate the details and the artistic expression. It would be wonderful to read the artists's stories of their masks.

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  20. I like the extra flourishes on the ones you highlighted!

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  21. I very much like the creativity!

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  22. Very cute detail, nice photo!

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  23. Very creative work by the children Kate..for some unknown reason I seem to be drawn to the mask created by Grace :))

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