2nd Theme: Chiaroscuro

28 10 2006

was choosen by Steven Lee Stinnett.


|kēˌärəˈsk(y)oŏrō; kēˌarə-|


the treatment of light and shade in drawing and painting.

an effect of contrasted light and shadow created by light falling unevenly or from a particular direction on something : the chiaroscuro of cobbled streets.

ORIGIN mid 17th cent.: from Italian, from chiaro ‘clear, bright’ (from Latin clarus) + oscuro ‘dark, obscure’ (from Latin obscurus).

Steven’s Chiaroscuro card

Kirstin’s Chiaroscuro cards

David Dziemian’s Chiaroscuro card the sketch

David Dziemian’s Chiaroscuro card the finished product.

Karyn Mannix’s Chiaroscuro card front

Karyn’s Chiaroscuro card back

Karyn’s Chiaroscuro card front before pouring resin over it.

Shanna D’Antonio’s Chiaroscuro card, “Welcome”

Georgia Griffin’s Chiaroscuro card, “Salvage Theatre”.

Tina Banda’s Chiaroscuro card

Michael Lownie’s Chiaroscuro card front closed.

Michael’s Chiaroscuro card front open.

Michael’s Chiaroscuro card back

Ed Zerne’s Chiaroscuro card & inside envelope

Ed Zerne’s Chiaroscuro card



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