Monday, March 24, 2008

Edgar Allan Poe


I'm participating in a "Dark" themed round robin. Karen's journal is great! She is asking that we do pages on all the dark people who were alive before the 1930's. I chose Edgar Allan Poe. I remember reading The Raven in middle school and I just loved it.
The pages are sewn together and there is tulle covering the front and most of the back; it's not your eyes or the quality of the scan!

16 comments:

christy grant said...

This is great, Sandee! The old Stone House is in Richmond, about 20 minutes from where I live. It's small but interesting. Poe lived there a good while.

eve crowe said...

This is very cool! Love the dark theme idea too.

barbara burkard said...

LOVE YOUR POE....

ellen said...

these are great! I love the theme of Dark People.

Jodi said...

These are really cool pages, Sandee...! I love what you've come up with!

Gayle Page-Robak said...

This is so beautiful, Sandee. I love "The Raven".

Hugs, Gayle.

Carol ~ Spirit's Journey Designs said...

Sandee, this turned out great!!! Your passion for Poe shines through. Hugs, Carol

Sandie R said...

These are great Sandee. Not what I expected when I read your post on altered designs. They are actually quite bright.

Sorry to hear you are being spammed what a bummer

Anonymous said...

Wonderfully done, Sandee. You captured a dark mood -- Poe would be proud!

Donna

Debby said...

Sandee, love your pages for Poe!! Beautiful work.

Debby

Anonymous said...

They're wonderful pages Sandee!!!!
:)Linda

Lisa Renéa said...

Wow! What a fabulous blog you have! Filled with beautiful art! You've truly captured Poe, here!

carylsrealm said...

Fabulous pages!

Anonymous said...

Very cool piece, Sandala!!! Love to see that you're sewing more stuff now. Keep doing more because it looks great!!!

Love,

Beth :)

abbymaya said...

These are awesome and I love how they fit together. Now I just picture Edgar Allen Poe wandering through the French Quarter, but that's just me. :)

Aimeslee said...

Both of these are lovely. I really love the second one, the Raven.