January 31 Day Photo Challenge

Day One

Goose and Crow by Rick Bedwash
Goose and Crow by Rick Bedwash

Day Two

Cabin by my grandmother Mulholland
Cabin by my grandmother Mulholland

Day Three

Great Spirit carving by Steve Powless
Great Spirit carving by Steve Powless

Day Four

At the Bottom of the Sea,  Marsha Wade-Charlebois
At the Bottom of the Sea, Marsha Wade-Charlebois

Day Five

Night Song on Spirity Cove by filliea
Night Song on Spirity Cove by filliea

Day Six

Miniature of leaves by Elizabeth VanderBrock
Miniature of leaves by Elizabeth VanderBrock

Day Seven

Island Sunrise Quilt, design by Judy Neimeyer. Colours and quilt top  by Alexandra Beasse, quilting by Kathy Schwartz
Island Sunrise Quilt, design by Judy Neimeyer. Colours and quilt top by Alexandra Beasse, quilting by Kathy Schwartz

Day Eight

8-Feathered-Dog
Feathered Dog, unknown carver

Day Nine

Polar Bear by Lessia Anna
Polar Bear by Lessia Anna

Day Ten

Birches unknown artist
Birches unknown artist

Day Eleven

Bluegill Carving by Rick Upthegrove
Bluegill Carving by Rick Upthegrove

Day Twelve

Cougar by J. Chester
Cougar by J. Chester

Day Thirteen

Raku Vase
Raku Vase

Day Fourteen

The Unenchanted Princess by Christina Castro Santiago
The Unenchanted Princess by Christina Castro Santiago

Day Fifteen

Moored boat by Alex McGilvery
Moored boat by Alex McGilvery

 

Day 16

Eagle by Vance Bomberry
Eagle by Vance Bomberry

Day Seventeen

Puffin #5 unknown artist
Puffin #5 unknown artist

Day Eighteen

Grandma unknown artist
Grandma unknown artist

Day Nineteen

Frog and Raven Ring, unknown artist
Frog and Raven Ring, unknown artist

Day Twenty

Welsh Glass Vase, unknown artist
Welsh Glass Vase, unknown artist

Day Twenty One

Stained Glass by Brigitte Wolf
Stained Glass by Brigitte Wolf

Day Twenty-two

Frog Tea Pot unknown artist
Frog Tea Pot unknown artist

Day Twenty-three

23-Austrian-Frog

Day Twenty-four

25th Anniversary Wood Scroll Work by Glen Mickelsen
25th Anniversary Wood Scroll Work by Glen Mickelsen

Day Twenty-five

Iron Bird, by Nick McGilvery
Iron Bird, by Nick McGilvery

Day Twenty-six

26-Cedar-Owl
Cedar Owl by Robin Studer

Day Twenty-Seven

Flin Flon Water Tower by Chad Plamondon
Flin Flon Water Tower by Chad Plamondon

Day Twenty-eight

Caribou Tufting Owl
Caribou Tufting Owl

Day Twenty-nine

The Unenchanted Princess Box, by Suedre
The Unenchanted Princess Box, by Suedre

Day Thirty

Inuit Hunter, unknown artist
Inuit Hunter, unknown artist

Day Thirty-one

Beaded Frog by Kelli June
Beaded Frog by Kelli June

14 thoughts on “January 31 Day Photo Challenge”

  1. This is going to be interesting. Where are you going to find all this original art for 30 days? Do you have that much at home or will you frequently be visiting museums and the like? A great start to your challenge with an interesting subject.

  2. Very nice start to your challenge. It is going to be interesting to see all the art that you have or will be going to visit during the month. This looks like a very Canadian piece. Nicely done! Eury

  3. Interesting textures in the barn and shed. I hope you have this in pride of place at your house. How close are you coming to matching the colours of the original? (although I know that’s hard to say because my screen could be different to yours and we may not be seeing the same thing either!)

    1. I matched the colour as close as I could, given light and different screens. The only post I’m doing on these is colour matching and contrast to show details better.

      I have a lot of art around the house, but I may take second shots of some of the more interesting pieces later in the month. If I run out of stuff at home, I’m an associate member of a local Artist’s cooperative. I’m looking forward to the challenge.

  4. I’m not sure what happened to my Day 2 comment, but I now see it is gone. I’m sorry.
    As for this 3rd piece, that’s a very nice carving. The great spirit seems to have a smile.
    I hope you come by and visit all our blogs too! 🙂
    Eury

    1. It is posted on the picture itself rather than on this page. It is still there. I will try to get around to the other blogs this time, but it is always a struggle.

  5. I wish we could comment on the individual images, that would probably be less confusing for you as well. But as things are the way they are, that carving has a interesting medieval look & feel.

    1. If you click on the image in the gallery, you can leave a comment just on that image. Thanks for dropping by.

  6. I’ve been watching your growing collection for 19 days now and am marveling at the selections that you are presenting. I’ve not known how to comment on them. I see now that the close in details you are picking in the art, is just the way that one stands in a gallery and our eye roams around a great piece of work looking for it’s subtle makeup. A fascinating series!

  7. Congratulations on completing this challenge with your very interesting pieces of art. You have shown that less can be more and you have shared some wonderful pieces of art with us.

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