The Old barn in Coeur D' Alene, Idaho

The Old barn in Coeur D' Alene, Idaho
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I have a great Interest in Photography, I love reading and learning, I enjoy many different ways of expressing my talents in art. I Like culinary food art, carving fruit and vegetables and catering parties. I like drawing and water coloring as well. Other activities I enjoy are dancing, golfing, racquetball and bowling. However, my favorite things to do is travel, eating out and taking pictures along the way. I am a member of the Nevada camera club. It is one of the best ways of learning Photography because you get to learn will doing. I learn so much from the other members, their classes and field trips. What pushes me the most is their competitions. I am currently learning photo shop on my computer, That might take me a few years though.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

My Friday Town Shoot Out!! Oct. 1st

This weeks theme is Colors Black and Orange.




I love the fall it is my favorite time of the year.

This is a display I have as you walk in the door of my house, during Fall.
This is a hand made Pepper Flower bouquet, I made it for my Nieces wedding. Working with these flower peppers burned my hands, but they turned out great.  The burning feeling didn't last to long, just a few hours, I know I should of  put gloves on, it's hard to wield a knife with gloves on.
 I carved this Indian Chef into this gourd for an Indian friend of mine. He loved it. 
These are ones of the "End of Trails"  and some in Pumpkins too.
I carved Marilyn Monroe for one of my friends, shes a big fan. The pumpkin is really painted  white I just colored the picture orange for this weeks theme.
This is a pumpkin inside a pumpkin I did last year.
And this is just because it was black and orange.

12 comments:

daylily (Queenmothermamaw) said...

Like your eye. Some great photos and some real artistic skills too.
QMM

Jama said...

I love those pepper flowers,so beautiful.

Pauline said...

A great collection! Love the last one, somehow you have made it look like a moody flower!

Bagman and Butler said...

What incredible carvings! The talent that floats around Blogspot keeps surprising me.

Rebecca said...

Oh my, those are some fancy pumpkins.

shabby girl said...

You are so creative and talented! Great shootout!

Kerry said...

Oh boy, how long does it take to carve such intricate jack o' lanterns? I don't think I would have that kind of patience!

Doreen said...

wow Gayla, you are one talented artist. the pepper flowers are amazing!

psychelyn said...

creative shots. they look very interesting!

In the eye of the beholder said...

Thank you so much, it takes a couple hours that for sure but I love the result most of the time.

~JarieLyn~ said...

I never tire of looking at your carvings. You are so talented. Great job, girlfriend.

Ann said...

I love your pepper display. At first I thought they were birds of paradise. Next time I am asked to do a floral display, I might do a copycat. The trouble is peppers are so expensive now (end of winter) $9.90 a kilo i paid for yesterday.

I didn't actually go to a Mexican party. i just wrote it for the effect.

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