JazWorks

Jill Zaheer's JAZWORKS: A Tapestry of Mixed Media, Painting, Collaborations, Photography, and Poetry

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Buried Treasure 2012

It's the forth year for Buried Treasure, the fun idea sponsored by The Altered Page.


 The premise is simple- on July 11th, all participants will pick a favorite blog post ( or two)  to repost here. I've selected this post and this post!  A July 11 twofer! 
I'm also reposting a few of my favorite photographs! Hope you enjoy them!













Make sure you go back to The Altered Page to see all of the collaborating participants in this extravaganza you won't want to miss!

7 comments:

Marit said...

Oh Jill, how awesome to read your old post and view at the photos... I remember you were in surgery and I even think I came by your blog and commented back then... (not sure of the latter, but I definitely came to check you out) Who could have known then that we had a connection - well, at least we know now! Love you girl!

Deb said...

I just found you on Seth's Buried Treasure today - I'm participating for the first time (always got to it too late) and am loving all the artists posts.
Your photos are wonderful - you can always tell when someone is an artist at heart by their photographer's eye, and you are definitely blessed with it! I am enjoying your collage work as well.

Janine Whitling said...

Really enjoyed your blog Jill. Look forward to reading more about your art and life xo

queenb2u said...

Loved the photography, Jill. Especially fond of the bottles. You have a nice flare and good eye. So much fun to find you in the Buried Treasure. Cheers.

Seth said...

All these photos are so painterly. Wonderful choices. Thanks for joining the treasure hunt!

~*~Patty S said...

you take to us to many wonderful places ... each photo has great stories to tell

sorry I missed Seth's Buried Treasure this time around...it is always such fun!
oxo

rivergardenstudio said...

I love all of these photographs Jill, I can see how they are your favorites. They contrast so beautifully, steel and stone and sand. Sending you hugs across the miles...
roxanne