Friday, October 12, 2012

Mystele my favorite mixed media girl..

In my post last week I did tell you about the Mixed Media Ladies 
that have inspired me the most.
One of them was Mystele.


Mystele is one of Life Book teachers.
Something happend to me in her class. 
I dont know if it was the way she taught or the way she painted, I just got stuckt in making my Lovely Ladies after that class.


My Lovely Lady

Since that class I think I have made about 50 of my Lovely Ladies and also made a lot of things with My Ladies, like book covers, bookmarks, magnets, bags and mugs.


There you can see some of my Ladies half done..

Mystele has a little community called Community thrive.  
It is a nice place for us to sign in and start creating. 
She has classes and she has videos, playtime and art challenge. 
You will get your own page and there is an artist gallery and much more.


This is on of Mystele´s beautiful paintings, I love the way she makes her ladies. 

Have a beautiful weekend all of you and a happy PPF

 ♥ ♥ 


48 comments:

  1. Hi Sigga, I'm in the flying course with you. You have a great blog and your artwork is incredible. Today for the first time, I happen to check out community thrive because a friend of mine is the current artist of the month (Roberta Laliberté). I'd never seen this website before and I'm real interested in taking the Art Gut course. Did you take that one? I love how you say she inspired you so much. I am so looking forward to see if I can get into the course before it starts. Happy flying!

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    1. Thank you Leah. No I have not taken the Gut Art but I want to, love to see Mystele work. Happy flying to you too.

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  2. i am also mystele's fan! your ladies are lovely and those cups are a winner. hugs, alpha shanahan #27

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    1. Thank you Alpha, my mugs are a cute, sold 11 of them yesterday, what a day... :-)

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  3. Hi Sigga, I love Mystele and her sweet videos. She seems like such a nice lady too! No wonder I'm so drawn to your lovely ladies! You were inspired by HER lovely ladies! Patsy from
    HeARTworks

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    1. Thank you Patsy, Mystele is a diamond :)

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  4. Hello Sigga, I'm a fellow Flyer! I too enjoy Mystele's artwork. Beautiful work on your Lovely Ladies. I love how you have applied them to different things : )

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    1. Thank you Sharyn, Im having so much fun doing all these things and Im so glad because people like my ladies so much.

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  5. Mystele's great isn't she. I love her methods of creating.
    Kyles xo

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    1. She is one of the best, Im sure about that :-)

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  6. Mystele is a treasure - and so are you!

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    1. :-) thank you so much, you make me smile, your comment make me so happy.

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  7. Nice post! I enjoy your ladies.

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  8. your ladies are so beautiful and i also love the way they look in B&W on the mugs.
    so you are taking life book 2012? i'm looking forward to 2013.

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    1. Jenn, Life Book is the best for one that want to start creating in Mixed Media, Im going to take 2013 as well, I cant stop now and Tam is having such a great teachers in her team..

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  9. Mystele had a fabulous Lifebook class! She has such a kind heart. Your ladies on mugs are fantastic!

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    1. Thank you Carolyn, I really did enjoy Mystele´s class on Life Book :-)

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  10. Wow, thank you for introducing us to Mystele and her beautfiul work. It is wonderful to see where your inspiration lies. Its amazing to think that this one person launched you into a direction where you are thriving. Very inspiring indeed! Happy PPF

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    1. Thank you Marji, yes it is amazing how we get inspired by someone. I feel blessed.

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  11. Terrific work and thank you for sharing. Happy PPF, Annette x

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  12. It's great to find a teacher who sets your creativity free. I really have enjoyed watching your work blossom since you found Mystele.

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  13. Sigga, your lovely ladies are truly lovely. I'm glad you have access to such a great teacher.

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    1. Thank you Faye, Mystele is a great teacher.

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  14. How wonderful to have made this beautiful connection to your teacher-it shows in your lovely art! Thanks for sharing at PPF!

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  15. Sweet to meet the one who inspired all these awesome ladies of yours that I love so much! Thanks for sharing so much info too! HPPF!

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    1. Welcome Lynn, you are always so kind :)

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  16. You have a lovely teacher :) Your lovely ladies are as lovely as you...and the mugs look fab even when its incomplete.

    So have you planned your travel? Hope you have a nice trip:) Bon Voyage!

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    1. Thanks Deepa, my plan is a daydream... but hopefully I can go there one day again :-)

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  17. thinking I might need to head over and explore that site... thanks for sharing a great teacher with us...xx

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  18. Lovely ladies and artwork! :) so bright and wonderful colors and a lovely light in them! I also love the cups, so fun! :)

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  19. Lovely ladies, so lovely! I think your mugs look really good black and white, so cool! HPPF!

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  20. Those mugs look like such fun with your lovely ladies! Will you be adding colour or will they stay black and white?

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    1. Thank you Eva, I did paint them and I think they are almost all sold, I think they look great black and white too.

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  21. I love Mysele too, I do see her wonderful influence in your style. Fun mugs!! I too belong to Thrive and own one of her earliest print of three angels!! Very fun work!!

    Hugs Giggles

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  22. Very beautiful work. So expressive.

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  23. I've been exploring your blog and your ladies DID make me think of Mystele's work...then I found this post...how wonderful! There are similarities, yet your faces are your own. Love your work!

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    1. Thank you Lisa, glad you like my work :)

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