Sunday, 6 November 2016

Mr. No-reply-blogger

Along with painting and drawing art journals, I also have art textile journals.   These are used to record fabric experiments and combinations, little pieces of embroidery and so on including


playing with dyed fabrics,



 ideas for fabric combinations,



embroidery samples



and patchwork ideas.



I call it painting with fabric and thread.



At  "Art Journal Journey" Susi is asking us to make collages with no wings, leaves or faces.

Have you ever met Mr. No-reply-blogger?
When you leave a comment on my blog I get an email.
Normally I will then visit your blog and/or reply to the email BUT if you do not have an email address on your blog then my friendly reply will go (without any warning) to Mr. No-reply-blogger and he will put it in his sack.  Sometimes I notice this in time and sometimes I don't. 


Here, for "Art Journal Journey"  is Mr. No-reply-blogger with his bottomless sack of emails intended for someone else. 
He is a very bad boy.
He is wearing a mask of course.



Mr. N. is made from dyed silks, coloured foils, sweetie papers and coloured metal sheets. The frame is made from a backing paper used to try out colours, stamping etc.




and put into Photo-edit to be colour-altered.




Beware of Mr. No-reply-blogger.  He loves to steal other people's emails.

31 comments:

  1. What a fun page Sheila, just right for this dull and cold Sunday. Thanks for joining us at Art Journal Journey, hugs, Valerie

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  2. So many to see here again! Wonderful work! Especially I like your collage for AJJ! It´s gorgeous!

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  3. Mr. No-reply - blogger turned out gorgeous Sheila ! Thank you for linking him to AJJ! Super!
    The patchwork idea with the golden leaf is just beautiful and yummie fabric patterns as well!
    I like your lovely , lovely backing paper-it is art on itself!
    Happy new week ahead dear Sheila!
    oxo Susi

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  4. What a fun post to read!! I LOVE IT!.....but not Mr. No Reply.....I get them also and are such a pain.

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  5. I admire your patchwork an sewing pages very much.
    Mr. No-replay-blogger is great!
    The last one is unbelievable. I scrolled up and down to see
    what it has been before and later. And I will do that
    some times again because there is so much to see! It looks
    like a display of fireworks.

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  6. Oh my eyes are beyond happy with this plethora of combined Colour!! Fabulous fabric pieces...LOVE them all sooooo much! Number three reminds me of your artwork so much.. it's totally your style..the orange combination is stunning...and then No name blogger is fabulous.Wow my eyes are dancing with glee on this page...I could stay here for so long and soak in all the inspiration!! If I could wear orange I'd want a patchwork coat out of a combination of all these colours and patterns!

    Hugs Giggles

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  7. So that's what he looks like! I have wondered for so long. I'm feeling just like everyone else. What fun your post is today and so informative. So many of us are familiar with Mr. No-reply-blogger and his disappointing antics with emails and comments. Your fabric journal entries are as delightful as your intended and completed art pieces. I suppose you're going to tell me that your machine does most of the work (just as your magic pens do). I can't even choose a favorite here. They are all equally artistic and inspiring. I also love how your test paper changes when you color edit them.

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  8. The fabric pages are fabulous, so colourful and lovely designs on the pages
    Of course Mr No reply looks great as well.
    Yvonne xx

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  9. Wonderful game with fabric,needle and thread. I love all what you did. The digital images are very nice too. Art Journaling with fabric looks fantastic. WOW!
    Dear Greetings
    Sabine

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  10. I love seeing these fabric collages. They are gorgeous. And perfect for AJJ right now. Cool shapes and colors! Hugs-Erika

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  11. I am in awe of your dyed fabric. I am a fanatic about dyeing my own fabric, so this was simply wonderful. I adore the pieces you put together and the wonderful sewing you accomplished. I wish I had a machine that had feed dogs that dropped, but they don't even know how to bark!

    I'm a no reply blogger. You would NOT want me to reply because I've been told my e-mail spits out spam to your e-mail. So I never get messages via e-mail and I never use it. But I adore Mr. N. He's just what blogger should order!

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  12. Oh, I envy people who can sew! I'm so handicapped with the sewing machine, it hates me! And likewise.

    Your art makes me happy.

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  13. The bad boy wearing a mask is terrific. Very effective fabric collage, and I love the backing sheet. Love it, Awesome !!

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  14. Oh Sheila, what an interesting post! Such great art textile journals, your pages are wonderful! Fabulous idea to give the Mr. No-reply-blogger a beautiful(!) face, with a mask and no bottom - yes I know him, he does not collect mails but let them flow anywhere. The frame is gorgeous! I love your playing with your try-out-backing-paper - another great piece of art!

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  15. Wow, what fantastic textile art collages. No idea how you make them, but enjoy to look at the result. Love it!
    Happy evening ❤

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  16. Your fabric artwork is gorgeous! I love the fabric combinations piece - you definately have an eye for colours and patterns :-). The backing paper is fabulous too, I always try out stamps and colours before I use them and love the results you get from just randomly trying them out :-). Wonderful! Wishing you a great week! J :-)

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  17. Beautiful! I used to sew and have done a little embroidery, but I've never done patchwork, so I'm impressed. Blessings, my friend!

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  18. Great post and is that stitching I spot. I knew you were a stitcher now it is out in the open. The work is so colourful. You do have a great eye for putting the right combinations together.

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  19. Wow, beautiful quilting and collages, amazing really. I'M GUILTY.... as I'm one of those 'no reply' bloggers, guess I should change it :) Cheers, Shirleyxx

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  20. Hello Sheila I love your artwork with material, you have an incredible eye for colour, I thought I liked the second and the fourth the best then I scrolled down to the fifth one.....wow wow wow....it is exquisite

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  21. Those fabrics are gorgeous! And I love Mr No-reply-blogger. He is a bit of an ass but his colours are beautiful .... ;-)

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  22. Ha, ha, your no-reply blogger sack is such a creative, funny idea!
    So wonderful, bright colors that make me think of India - a bit bollywood style - I love this email bag, a fantastic fabric collage!
    But great is also the cubist fabric work with the beads on the dark background! Very nice things you worked here, dear Sheila.
    Ulrike

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  23. What fabulous fabric collages! And Mr. N. it's a perfect combination of materials, colours and textures. A great post with fantastic art pieces.
    Mar :)

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  24. Who would have thought that Mr. N could be an inspiration? Not me! What a cool idea! Your fabric collage turned out just great, Sheila! I love the material mix and the striking colors. Your fabric experiments and combinations look beautiful too.
    xo Julia

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  25. Your pictures are wonderful again! Is your textile journal also in a bound book? These fabrics fascinate me! Beautiful colors!

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  26. What a cocktail of colour and dazzle! Your stitching art is full of funk and Esmeralda style, I love your different patchwork adventures and how you experiment with all you do, turning it magically around. What an original piece Mr no reply is, this one really makes me smile, I'm always smiling away here with the fun of it all and you're great words that make your art come to life! Beautiful, I love those contrasting colours in Mr No reply, of light green and pink and all the pieces together, so rich and full of textures, just what I love! What a great frame too and so creatively made, a super post!

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  27. oh, i know mr no-reply so well, and i like that you gave him a "face"... this sack is awesome! i also love the other pieces in your fabric Journal.
    These backing paper also would make great wrappings for presents. and i always like your Play with inverting the Colors.
    have a great Weekend, sheila!

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  28. lovely to see your fiber journal!
    One thing i enjoyed about it is seeing how similar your pieces are to your digital and hand done art, your style carries through.
    you make me want to stitch..... but on this rainy day i think i will paint.

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  29. Wow, you have been busy - so many wonderful things to look at. Thank you! I am hopeless at fabric work and so am in awe of yours. I particularly like Mr N. Jx

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  30. Oh I admire you so much for the fabric and thread painting! I love it so much to see when somebody makes art from scraps! Your's are amazing!

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