Saturday, January 14, 2012

Environmental Art Show

This the second half of my London Calling sketchbook that is making it's way via the U.S. postal system to the Brooklyn Art Library for the
Art House Co-op Sketchbook Project 2012.

My sketchbook is about my dream trip to London and being part of an
environmental art show at The Modern Tate.

This post shows what I contributed as an artist to the show.

I may have forgotten to send my "Little Pink House" to
Cloth Paper Scissors for their house challenge
but I have gotten a lot of use out of it elsewhere.

Once again I'm using rabbit/collage  to talk about
the development of green spaces and displacement of wildlife.

The last page of the book asks,

What did you send to the landfill today?

I added my name to the title.
London Calling Jill Eudaly!

( Eudaly---how to pronounce my last name U-daily)

There is a new Sketchbook Project starting if you would like to give it a try.
Click the button for the Sketchbook Project on the right side of my blog.

It's a fun project. Your art work ( message) gets sent out into the world.
The hardest part of the project is that the books are small, 5x7. 
I found it hard to work on such a small space.
I am doing the next Project but I think I'll remove
the pages then rebind the book when I'm finished.


  1. This is great! Really enjoyed the tour of your sketchbook. Playing catch-up with blog buds after a busy day in the studio today. Cold here, you too I bet. xox Corrine

  2. Congrats on yet another 'Mission Possible'.I love the pink house, and what a great vehicle for your other works to be included and then shared beyond borders. You are like the energizer bunny of artists!

  3. Nice sketchbook! It looks like you really put a lot of detail into it! Always enjoy seeing your creativity!!! :)