Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Tuesday's Treasures

On Tuesdays we provide our Faculty an opportunity to feature the talented work of some of our students and friends. You may see a display of creative Photoshop work, their beautiful photographs or an interesting story about an individual’s meaningful contribution to his or her community, country or the world.If you have memories, old or new, you would like to share, send them to me at mxw8110@yahoo.com.



Pade Cels Revisited

Valerie Jagiello is an artist who takes classes from time to time at the community college where I teach. She is generous in sharing her work with us, as well as ideas and tips for using Photoshop Elements' many filters. The images in this post come from a process we discussed in November. To review, I'll let her explain:

"These images show examples of my PADE cells imprinted with altered images of a Madonna I created. The PADE cells are a clear plastic 0.10mm weight (similar to the type used in overhead projectors). The backgrounds are all different. Some sheets are scrapbooking papers, others are a paper collage, or a textured paper."

This haunting image has a different look depending on the background that is used:

First, Pastel Madonna...






then Wooden Madonna...





and Green Bronze Madonna...





and finally Rose Madonna...





A special thanks to Valerie Jagiello for sharing her lovely images with us this Tuesday!

2 comments:

Sage said...

She is beautiful!
Bella!

Anonymous said...

Excellent! This appears to be
very detailed work. It is lovely!