Thursday, April 29, 2010

Let the Black & White Fright Begin!

We know that you have been anticipating EHAG's Black & White Fright Challenge! So let the spooky fun begin! We will be adding additional links to the various works of themed art in this post right below, so keep checking back for more black and white Halloween eye candy! So far, most of these spooktacular creations are listing on eBay this week along with our member's blogs. Click on their names before it's too late! Enjoy!

Our first EHAG offering is from the talented Joyce Stahl of Enchanted Productions:


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And two very delightful Black & White offerings from Allen Cunningham!


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And a spooky black & white illustration by Chris Klingler of Designs by CK:


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How about this vintage-stylin' blackbird from Studio of Bonnie Jones:


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Or this whimsical horn-tootin' delight from Susie Pastor:


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Here's a spooky one-eyed witch from Howling Moon Designs:


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And an expressive Skellie Totem by the Gourdqueen:

"Speak No, See No, Hear No Evil"

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A festive mouse of great humor and voice from Soft in the Head:

"Jacko the Harlequin Singing Mouse"


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A whimsical witch in a web by Cathy Pendleton:

"Evil Ezmerelda & Sinister Sid"

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Or perhaps a frightfully fun spider egg cup by Johanna Parker Design:

" Spooky Sweet Spider Candy Cup"

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And silly fun scenes of Halloween surround a sphere by Laurie Hardin:

"Monkey-Cats Halloween Ornament"


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And a fun folk art Halloween pumpkin doll by Grimitives:

"Mister R Grimm"


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A charming bracelet by Corner Store Goddess:

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Bride of Frankenstein
by Jennifer of Gypsy Mare Studios


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A spooky owl by Deborah Adams of Possible Impossibilites:

"Spooky Hoot"


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And 2 primitive folk art ghost dolls by The Pixie's Thimble:


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And a black & white scarecrow from Joyce Stahl:


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Meet a sweet pair of Victorian Whimsies by Nancy Malay:

"Baa Baa Black Sheep & his Buddy, Bill"


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The Master of Macabre in scratchboard by Carolee Clark:

"Edgar"

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And a spooky ink illustration by Leah Humberston:

"The Biggest Pumpkin"


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Two Carnival style Halloween Games by Sweet B Folk Art:

"Skull Skill"

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"JOL Ring Toss"

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A musically-inclined jack-o'-lantern from Melissa Valeriote:

"Spooky Squeezebox Serenade"


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A frightful 'ol hag by Matthew Kirscht:

"Black & White Fright ACEO"

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A pumpkin-headed candle stick by Joyce Stahl:

"BOO Pumpkin"


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And a surreal mixed media illustration from Designs by CK:

"Hallowe'en Rain"

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8 comments:

William Bezek said...

I like the shock of black hair in all the white Joyce! That'll be me in a few more years...let's hope I don't wear that much eye make up.

Valeriote Design said...

LOVE these!

Witch at Heart said...

Everything on here is just beautiful...

Designs By CK said...

Lovely EHAG goodies everyone!

CK :-)

Johanna Parker said...

Wonderful work everyone!!!!

~ Johanna :)

Enchanted Productions by Joyce Stahl said...

I'm loving this challenge and all of the fabulous Ehag goodies! Bravo to everyone that participated!

And thank you Will! Unfortunately, I'm afraid that IS my hair right now! Thank goodness for those little bottles labeled "Auburn" every month! : ) LOL! Giggling about the make-up comment too!

ArtSnark said...

fantastic post!

Johanna Parker said...

So proud of our EHAG group participation on this fun Challenge! Nice work EHAGers! :-)

~ Johanna