Friday, 25 August 2017

ITAC 2017 - The International Tournament of Art and Craft with ALLandCreate

Welcome to a very special post. This post marks the third leg in our very exciting International Tournament of Art and Craft 2017 with AALLandCreate.

The third leg of our Tournament is Oceania.

To find out all the details of the second challenge, please click on the link below:


I have joined in the second challenge just for fun. if you would like to join in the challenge and view all the projects in more detail with tips, advice and details of how they were inspired, please click on the link above. Don't forget when submitting your artwork to use the hashtags #itac17, 'itac17challenge3, #aallandcreate


I created a mixed media piece just for fun, as I was inspired to join in. How will you interpret the challenge. I was inspired by the Aboriginal Art, particularly the markings.

The ITAC Tournament is open to everyone to participate and there are lots of prizes on offer too!

Over the next six weeks the talented artists above are all collaborating to bring you six weeks full of inspiration and we would love to inspire you to take part in this fun collaboration. You will also spot on this poster that we have some fabulous sponsors for our challenge and we would also like to take this opportunity to thank them for their involvement. 

The Deadline and the end of the ITAC Tournament is 24th September 2017 and the most important thing is to have FUN!
 

I love sharing ideas and this collaboration is all about sharing and working together with like-minded creatives from around the world and we hope you will enjoy our inspiration and are inspired to join us on this creative journey. 



I am absolutely delighted to have been included in this collaboration and I look forward to seeing how you are all inspired each week.

If you would like to stay in touch with what is happening each week in our ITAC Tournament simply click on the link below:

 Challenge - Oceania - Tracy Evans



Each week designers will be posting top tips about their projects and how they were inspired by each challenge.










Thanks so much for popping by and enjoy the ITAC Tournament.




Tracy x x 




5 comments:

Redanne said...

Tracy, your piece is fabulous! It really does look like Aboriginal Art with all those beautiful markings and the faces. Love this!! Hugs, Anne xx

Brenda Brown said...

A fabulous work of art Tracy looking very aboriginal indeed xxx

Jackie P Neal said...

Oh Tracy! This is so utterly Cool!!!
You are so clever and imaginative my friend!! Love those markings- could be a piece from an historic museum! wink wink
hugs,Jackie

butterfly said...

Another amazing ITAC inspiration piece - this really has the feel of a relic of ancient folklore - beautifully done.
Alison x

A Pink said...

Terrific piece! Tracy . you have certainly captured the feel of the markings on aboriginal art.
Great job
x