Tuesday, April 15, 2008

2 Committe Cards: Body and Home Seeker

Whew that was a long break - just over a year! Yesterday I mentioned SoulCollage® to Jim for the first time in months and then a few hours later got a flickr mail mentioning a new Soul Collage Card group... so not being one to ignore a synchronicity here are a couple of new cards:

Body
This image has been collaged from the following images on flickr - all with appropriate creative commons licenses: Tratamiento de belleza by jmpznz , Church in the Alps by Pianisimo [Away in EUROPE until the 19th], Stairway to.... by Today is a good day, Morning Grass by Gabriel Robledo, unititled by Seth Tisue

For the moment I'm simply calling it Body.

I am One who needs more rest than you are willing to give me.


Home Seeker
This image has been collaged from the following images on flickr - all with appropriate creative commons licenses: Attimo di luce by Eric Perrone, My walk down the beach 4of4 by Kanaka's Paradise Life, untitled by bracchetto, Insects ~ Yum by freebird4, He Doesn't Really Chew Boots by Jennoit, BIG BLUE by Niffty, Crescent Moon by bogenfreund


This is a card about my restlessness here in Bristol. I'm calling it Home Seeker:

I am One who is still looking for the perfect place to be.

I'm sure more words will come with both of them later.

4 comments:

carla said...

I am very fascinated by Soul Collage - it seems like such powerful expression of the spirit in a deeply intuitive and creative way. Your cards are beautiful on a purely visual level, but invite me to wonder about the symbolism.

Caroline said...

Thanks Carla - I love the way Soul Collage encourages the making of beautiful cards of all aspects of oneself - it makes it easier to be accepting of all parts.

cheryl finley said...

Hi Caro,
I feel the message of this card. I've felt that way for a while now...off and on. There's definitely a feeling that goes with the place where we belong, and we know it when we're there. This card's message is basic and profound.

Be well..
Cheryl

Caroline said...

Cheryl - thanks for that - I like that way of putting it.