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My Awards

Angel without Wings Award by Nameda
How can I thank you Eve :iconthegalleryofeve: and Gigi :icongigi50: for nominating me for the Angel Without Wings project? This is such an honour to join you both, and the other amazing Angels, I'm so happy and thankful to have been nominated. This award also included features by
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Angels And Gangstas Group Monthly Award by MayEbony
Thank you to all of the very sweet Angels and Gangstas, and particularly to :iconmypeanutgallery: for presenting me with the monthly :iconangels-and-gangstas: Award in June 2014 . I guess it was for starting up the group for all of the dear 'Angels Without Wings' and 'Gangstas of Love' and getting everything off the ground.


Heartist by Nameda
My goodness, I've today (17th Jun '14) been awarded with a deviantHEART from :icondeviantheart: Thank you so very much dear Denise :iconsserenita: and all at deviantHEART: that means so much to me!
The text they so kindly wrote reads...
May is one of those wonderful people that you don't get to meet very often in life. She is a shining example of a caring and loving deviant, and her entire page is a tribute to the community she loves. She is constantly showing her gratitude through special projects and features bringing stand-out deviants into the spotlight. Most prominently, May is a representative for The Angels Without Wings program, as well as a recipient of the award herself!

May is beloved by so many people and is just a shining ray of light spreading love and joy wherever she goes! She is proud of her beautiful family and her gallery is a testament to her love for life. She is truly someone that we all look up to and aspire to be. It is with great pleasure that I bestow the honor of Featured Heartist on MayEbony!


Thank you so much to dear Beverly :iconartbybeverly: for this beautiful award (created by the talented :iconkmygraphic:) for Beverly's group :iconinspirationstation1:
You Inspire Me by KmyGraphic

Interviews & Whole Journal Features

Sincere thanks to...
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:iconmypeanutgallery: May A-A-G AwardI am honored to present  Angels-And-Gangstas Monthly Award.
May's Award goes to :iconMayEbony: MayEbony

May is the kind of person we all aspire to be.
She is devoted to her wonderful family,
dedicated to AWW and Angels-And-Gangstas,
a gifted and talented artist in many mediums,
and always ready to encourage us to do our best.
May even made the Award Angel!
Here is a glimpse into her beautiful world.


:iconoptionator: Thank You May for 3 Months Premium!!!The greatest THANK YOU to MayEbony for giving me premium membership for tree months!

Happy Birthday and Bright Tomorrows Eve by MayEbony
Wangara Plantation Sunset by MayEbony
Balinese Living Wall by MayEbony Imposing Petronas Towers KL by MayEbony

:iconsesam-is-open: Beautiful Couples In Life And In Art - Part SevenIn a time when nothing is more certain than change, the attachment of two people to one another has become a rare thing, but just this increases its beauty.
All of us want to love and to be loved, but this is not easy at all!:icontruesmiles:
Love doesn't means only "I Love You", love means commitment and respect, a strong shoulder who can support your head at any moment, a warm heart who can  receive your joys, an energetic hand which can relieve all pain and depression, a mysterious smile during a dance, which always conjures the First Dance, but above all, love is the only feeling  that shines over time when our hair is white and our wrinkles talk about memories.
This is love and life, this is what all of us dream to have and to share this is what we have to respect and cherish.
I had the chance to meet some beautiful couples in our  dA community and I have the pleasure to dedicate a series of journals to them.
I want to do this because I want to let them know how

:iconsesam-is-open: Beautiful Lilies for May!Today is a special day for my lovely friend May :iconmayebony::iconsomehugsplz::party:

Yellow Leaves by MayEbonyIndian Ocean and Green Rocks by MayEbonyHe Fell In Love by MayEbonyImposing Petronas Towers KL by MayEbonyStatue With Reflections by MayEbony
Nusa Dua, Bali Sunrise by MayEbonyLove Like Sugar by MayEbonyTulips Bright by MayEbonyCamel OOB by MayEbonyWTHT 44 by MayEbony
Grevillea Banquet by MayEbonyCup of Tea by MayEbonyRose in Green by MayEbonyPhang-Nga Bay Junk Cruise by MayEbonySisters OOB by MayEbony
Winthrop Hall Arches at Night by MayEbonyGreen Goddess Cala Lily by MayEbonyMain Course and Dessert by MayEbonyPurple Duranta by MayEbonyElephant Ride by MayEbony
My dear May, I wish you a beautiful life full of love, health and  joy and I want you to know that your wonderful words and attitude, always warm my heart.:tighthug:
Happy Birthday and may all your dreams to flourish like a gorgeous lily!:iconpinklilyplz::iconcakecookieplz::iconchampagneplz:
Flaming Flower 2 by jerryfrencho:thumb170638769:Virtuous by MissSpocksgroup of yellow lillys by Nipntuck3With Open Heart by Vividlight
Sun Salutation II by HanafaeLilium by Biljana1313:thumb16020

:icontoni-r: Interview with MayEbonyMayEbony
:bulletgreen: How did you got into photography? :bulletgreen:
My grandfather belonged to a camera club and asked me to go along as the model for his group one month.  The experience fascinated me.  This was in the days when film was the only choice and they had to wait until they’d finished the roll to see their results.  I was 13.
:bulletgreen: Which piece from your gallery are you most proud of, and why? :bulletgreen:
I still love Wave Spilling Over Rocks   I’d had my DSLR 6 months by then and was finally starting to understand its functions so this is one of my earliest pieces that I’d had to learn a great deal in order to take.  I’d really worked hard to earn this shot.  Plus I love how much there is to look at in the shot as well as the basic colours.
:bulletgreen: Have you ever achieved any awards for your photography? :bul

:iconinspirationstation1: Our Member Feature ~ May Ebony!Hi Everyone, we would like to introduce you to May, our second featured member!  Thank you Blue for a wonderful interview with May!
Here is just a small sample of May's amazing gallery of beautiful photo's:
Blue asked May: How long have you been an artist and do you remember what it was that lead you down this path in life, to be an artist?
I think I’ve had a love of beauty my whole life, but as far as creating art – that probably started when I got my first camera for my 11th birthday.  That was long, long ago in 1967 and my father bought me films that I could take only 12 pictures with, and a flash cube that gave you 4 flashes before you had to buy a new cube :iconteheplz:  My beautiful and beloved Grandfather was a good photographer and oil painter so I loved photography becaus

:iconthefavouriteshowcase: You Are the Star! - =MayEbony:iconswingonastarplz: New Features - You Are the Star!
Hello dear members,
This is a special feature to show each other how beautiful your work is!
Starting today I'll be featuring regularly one member here:
you can be the only star :iconreachforthestarsplz: in this feature.
I hope you all enjoy these features and please support each other by :+fav:ing and doing some features too if you can.
:icontardwaveplz: Do you want to be here?
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So I've finished my gazebo garden... 

6 deviants said I think you should do a fairy house and garden in miniature next.
3 deviants said I think you should do a garden corner with water fountain in miniature next.
2 deviants said I think you should do a garden corner with bird bath in miniature next.
1 deviant said I have other ideas... (please comment)
No deviants said I think you should do a wishing well in miniature next.

Gazebo Show and Tell

Journal Entry: Mon Aug 24, 2015, 7:15 PM
:iconflyingheartsplz: Hello dear Friends and Watchers :iconflyingheartsplz:

Well, as you are all probably too well aware, my recent big project was a Gazebo Garden, set during Springtime in England. For my own sake as much as anything else, and because my YouTube video failed in the sound department about half way through (their fault, not mine - the original film is fine), I thought I'd assemble some photos and include some chat about methods and equipment used - if anyone cares a jot ;)

The gazebo began as a 'flat pack' kit in plain wood. I actually bought it from our one 'minis' shop, which is of course far, far away from home :giggle:

But I bought it with the $50 voucher that I won at the 2014 show in the novice category. I'd only been doing minis for around 9 months and won the prize for this garden in a frozen yogurt tub...
My Miniature Garden - WAMA Beginners 1st Prize by MayEbony
The flowers were made with chopped up kitchen sponges of various colours and the water is glue from a glue gun.


So onwards to 2015 and finally, in mid-June I began by painting the gazebo pieces. It took 3 coats of white to get good coverage and there are one heck of a lot of nooks and crannies in the trellis work, both top and bottom. I was so keen to get going on the real garden, and the preliminary stages seemed to go on forever! I also dabbled in creating the pond during these early stages, just to allow me to feel I was actually *gardening* ;) Finally, the painting was complete and I could assemble the gazebo and design the base board.

I had a great deal of help with this from David :icongrumpysnapper: who operates the power tools in our house. In some places there are multiple layers of matt board over the base hardboard to create contours in the grass. They really don't show, and the entire board slowly curled upwards at the edges as I was completing the garden. We don't know what caused it and, as long as it's stopped now, it really doesn't matter. Cutting the hole to perfectly accommodate the pond was the hardest part.

Early pictures are far and few between so this is the first one I have to show...
WIP Gazebo and Garden by MayEbony
The roof is silver so please excuse the crazy lighting in my dining room. I did not attach the roof for a very very long time so that I could reach inside the gazebo easily. So things that were complete at this stage were
:bulletblue: Grass. I made this by carefully collecting sawdust while David was working with the power tools. I picked out any large chunks of wood, put the sawdust in a plastic disposable cup, then poured in a good quantity of green acrylic paint. I stirred it well, and stirred occasionally to prevent lumps until the mixture was completely dry. Then plenty of white glue on the board, sprinkle well with 'grass' and let dry before tapping the excess away.
:bulletblue: Paving Bricks. These were made from the lid of an egg carton. I cut one piece until I was happy with the size and then used it to cut a whole pile. The natural dimply texture of the carton gave realism to the bricks. I wrapped my cutting mat with 'sticky side out' masking tape so that I could place the bricks along the tape and have it all hold still while I painted. The painting involved several layers of colours, browns, reds, yellows and a tiny bit of black. All but the first layer were dry brushed, and left to dry. I was thrilled with them! David 'helped' to lay them in place, which in all honesty meant that I could barely get my hands in there because he loved doing it so much :iconhardlaughplz: Horror of horrors I was about 8 bricks short after the edge cutting was done and I had to try to re-create the colours to paint more. Oh my goodness!!!
:bulletblue: Topiary Trees. These didn't remain, but they are made with polystyrene balls covered in 'grass' (with a different colour paint), bamboo skewers and 2 tube lids for pots.


Miniature Bonsai Trees by MayEbony Bonsai Macro 1 by MayEbony Bonsai Macro 2 by MayEbony Bonsai Macro 3 by MayEbony Bonsai Macro 4 by MayEbony Bonsai Macro 5 by MayEbony
:bulletblue: Bonsai Trees. At my fortnightly miniatures group we had a tutorial and I made the one shown here second from the right. It's trunk is a small piece of stick with additional branches added with wire. This was then covered with brown florist's tape and the leaves were 'green fluff' that you can buy from model railway shops. I have no idea what the 'soil' is made of, nor where the tiny tiny feature stones were purchased from - they were both supplied. The dish is a self-cover button and it was first filled with dry oasis (florist's foam) before gluing the soil over it. I loved making it so much that I came home and made 5 more. Trunks vary from grape stems (the tiny bits of wood each grape is attached to) to the tree on the left, which I made with wire and then covered with paper clay and painted it. The 2 outer tree leaves are made with purchased dry moss, the other 3 with railway foam. David made the wooden stands for each one, and the 'sand pit' which is matt board edged with bamboo cooking skewers. The stepping stones are painted card adorned with real gold leaf, and the sand is actually sand :jawdrop: we got from a local beach.

WIP Gazebo and Garden V2 by MayEbony
:bulletblue: Gazebo paving. I dry brushed a piece of ordinary copy paper with off-white and cream, very roughly done. Then mixed together some white glue and brown acrylic paint, about 50/50 and dabbed this onto the paper in random stone patterns as I pleased. Once it was all dry it was shiny, which I didn't like, so I painted each 'stone' with a matte nail polish top coat.
:bulletblue: Willow tree. The trunk is a piece of stick that I found with several bits sticking out, perfect to attach branches to. The leaves, obviously are seed beads, threaded onto wire. A few people, in real life, have commented that they don't like this much because the rest of the garden looks real, and this doesn't. But I love the way the leaves catch the light, and differing opinions are what makes the world go round :relax:
:bulletblue: Roses. I didn't make the roses. I wish I knew how because they are absolutely perfect in every way. David won them in our minis club raffle so we have no idea who made them. I made the vine for them out of moss and added some punched leaves to add realism to the vine as a whole and make it look more 'rosey'.

And then time passed and I got my head stuck into making flowers by the truck load. Almost every petal and leaf is hand-painted and this is something I never dreamed, in a million years that I could be bothered doing. But I :iconloveloveplz: every moment of it. Rather than go in date order I'll start at the front and travel around the gazebo in an anti-clockwise direction, saying a little about the creation of each species of flower. Before we start that, the garden beds are made with coffee grounds to look like soil.
Lavender and Daffodils by MayEbony 
:bulletblue: Lavender. Flowers were made by dipping wire in glue, then chia seeds. Once very dry I gently painted them lilac. I made the bushes with unravelled sisal (rough string), glue and yet more painted sawdust - perhaps I need to do a tutorial? Once I made the third (centre) lavender I got game and made this one with the 2 little 'wings' on the top. These were a 5-petal punch of lilac tissue paper and I cut them into pairs of petals, glued them in place and bent them to the right shape.
:bulletblue: Tulips. These were my first flower and I don't like them much any more, but it shows the process of my skills improving so I guess I should leave them. Other than the lavender and grape hyacinths, all flowers were made with paper punches for the shape. The leaves for the tulips were painted bag ties, and turned out to be an absolute nightmare to keep glued in place. The dark centres of the flowers are tiny snippets of black knitting wool.
:bulletblue: Daffodils. Other than the rockery plant, these were my last flowers and I'm thrilled with them. Punched outer petals and a tiny strip of orange quilling paper rolled for the trumpet part. Trumpet glued into place and allowed to thoroughly dry, then gripped firmly with one pair of fine-tipped tweezers whilst roughly pulling outwards to form the fluted shape with another pair of fine-tipped tweezers. I became very adept at working with a pair of tweezers in each hand. I was an old hand at it by the time I did the daffodils.
:bulletblue: Daisy. Can't see this terribly well behind the sign, but the stems are a bundle of unravelled sisal held together with a big blob of glue at the base. Flowers are a double layer of daisy-punch silvery-shimmery paper, with poppy seeds glued in the centre and then painted yellow.
Poppies and Clematis by MayEbony
:bulletblue: Are they poppies or are they anemonies? Intended to be poppies, despite those not being a spring flower. But I wanted my happy and beautiful memories of English flowers so poppies had to be included ;) I tried this with tissue paper so the petals were 'floaty' but punches and tissue paper are not friends and I found it impossible to work with, so I stuck to real paper. Double layer of my 5-petal punch. Tiny few fibres of black knitting wool, and the centres were wire dipped, 2 or 3 times with drying time between, into yellow paint. Leaves were bent into shape using tweezers.
:bulletblue: Clematis. Oh how thrilled I was, and still am, with the clematis. Hand painted lilac paper, punched, then dark purple painted down the centre of each petal with a 10/0 (barely visible!) brush. Centres are those bundles of imitation stamens you can buy from craft shops, and the greenery is dried, purchased moss.
:bulletblue: Mother-in-laws-tongue. There are 4? of these around the garden. A bit bright in this shot, but it's made with lengths of floral wire sandwiched between 2 layers of masking tape. Cut to shape and then painted. Easy huh?
Hollyhock Landscape by MayEbony
:bulletblue: Hollyhock. Another 'not Spring' flower, but the garden definitely needed something tall at the back so that it could be seen from the front view. And we had hollyhocks in my childhood (up to age 11) garden so they were a must. Really enjoyed making these because they felt so big compared to the other flowers. I used a 5-flower corner punch that had 3 different sizes of flower, plus another matching punch that was a tiny bit larger. All the paper hand-painted. Once punched I placed each flower on the back of an old mouse mat (foam) and pushed the centre hard with a dotting/ball tool to shape them. All of the flowers were shaped this way, but the hollyhock really got a good hard poke :fork: Then painted the different colour in the centre of each, again with the 10/0 brush. The hard poke into the mouse mat meant that each flower (mostly) stayed still while I painted the centres, which was a brilliant bonus and saved picking each one up with tweezers to paint :squee: Floral wire stems are covered in floral tape.
Tulips Mother In Laws Tongue by MayEbony
Nothing new here to comment on - aren't you lucky? Just here to continue the journey around the outside of the gazebo.
Daffodils and Hydrangea by MayEbony
More daffodils and another clematis, and rear view of the willow.
:bulletblue: Hydrangea. These were made with the same 5-flower punch as the hollyhocks. It's amazing how different things can look according to the way they are painted and displayed. The wooden parts of this bush were grape stalks. The flowers were from hand-painted paper. I brushed blue and lilac paint over normal copy paper, ensuring I kept it rather streaky, and then punched the flowers randomly so that some had both colours and/or a little white on them. Mouse mat poke, paint centres, and then glue each flower onto a wonderful circular 'nut thing' from a native Australian tree. If you want hard, 'nut things' for craft, Australia is the country to be in! Leave them to dry thoroughly and then assemble the bush. Then make a heap more flower clusters because I hadn't done enough to start with :sprint:
Hydrangea by MayEbony
Front view of the hydrangea. I made some daffodil buds that you can just make out in either of the last 2 photos. Punched from a pale-brown bag I'd bought some stamps in and I felt they were realistic, but somehow didn't add anything much to the garden.


As you can see above, there's a hedgehog. There are 3 of those actually. All of the animals/birds/fish are made with polymer clay. I love poly clay - the world is at your hands to create almost anything you wish. At the back of the pond is a little duck, who is my favourite of the animals. And there is a squirrel who makes me laugh because I don't think I did terribly well with him, and 2 robins and a tiny, tiny nest with a real feather and 3 blue seed-bead eggs that nobody will ever notice I expect.
Squirrel Macro by MayEbony  Robins Macro by MayEbony


At one stage I dropped a piece of something, and in the split second that it was falling I thought "Oh nooooo, it's fallen in the water!" :iconteheplz: Fooled by my own creation. :iconteheplz:

Water Lily Macro by MayEbony
:bulletblue: Container. One of the children's toys at Christmas came in a shaped, hard plastic wrapper that I had kept and this proved to be the perfect size for my garden pond.
:bulletblue: Rocks. Purchased from our big hardware store in a 5kg bag that will last me several lifetimes I suspect :granny:
:bulletblue: Moss. A substance named 'Flower Soft' that is just gorgeous for such purposes. It's expensive for what it is but does a great job.
:bulletblue: Bullrushes. Slender sticks dipped repeatedly in brown acrylic paint until it built up to the thickness I wanted. I should have made more :(
:bulletblue: Fish. Polymer clay, as stated above. The fish on the right was silvery white and gold and I much prefer him to the one on the left (partially hidden by light and shadow) who is matte white and gold.
:bulletblue: Water lilies. Hand painted paper, with yellow flower soft in the middle. Leaves are polymer clay.
:bulletblue: 'Snow in summer'. This white flower (horribly blown out in this shot) was the absolute last thing I made for the garden, just to fill a hole in the rocks.
:bulletblue: 'Pea plant'. These are about twice (or thrice) the size they should be and are still in danger of being snipped away ;) Made with polymer clay threaded onto sewing cotton. The threading mis-shaped the balls horribly and they were surprisingly awkward to make. If they were to-scale I'd be happier.
:bulletblue: Water. 2-part epoxy resin in several layers. First layer to hold down the gravel and give something for the fish to sit on so they're not on the bottom. You can't tell that so it was a waste of time. They could have been higher in the water but I was afraid they would be too high :iconafraidmonkeyplz:
Pond from Above by MayEbony

And then I very carefully and completely covered the pond with a tissue held down with some spare 'rocks' and took the garden outside and sprayed it all with fixative, partially to protect it for the journeys it will make to shows.

I *think* that's everything. Please tell me if you can see anything I forgot to mention and please ask any questions you may have, I'm very happy to help anyone who wants advice - or to receive advice if anyone has comments and help to share.

Oh, and the 2 things I said most during the whole creative process?  To my tweezers, carefully lowering flowers etc into place... "LET. GOOOooooo!" and to my glue?... 
:iconshakestickplz: or :iconikillitplz:

Thank you so much for getting this far with me, I really appreciate it. And now I'm going to sit at the craft table and plan out my next project, thanks to the poll on my homepage.

Heaps of :iconttaasst:

Skin by Jassy2012 and Stars by LouiseAndMacky


Artist | Hobbyist | Varied
The 'Dream Harp' that I made for myself at a workshop over the Australia Day long weekend 2013.
Awarded 'Angel Without Wings' status on 7th Oct 2013, I was also honoured with both the :iconangels-and-gangstas: Monthly Award, and the :icondeviantheart: Heartist Award in June 2014.
Angel without Wings Award by NamedaAngels And Gangstas Group Monthly Award by MayEbonyHeartist by Nameda
Current Residence: Perth, Australia with my rather yummy husband of 40 years
What matters most to me: My amazing husband, 2 amazing sons, 3 amazing grandchildren and amazing daughter-in-law. And I'm not being flippant - they're all such Treasures and fill my life and my heart!
Favourite genre of music: Techno or Meditative. Most genres except jazz or crooning.
Favourite photographer: My Grandfather 'Grandad Brown'
Favourite style of art: Realistic, Nature, Beauty
Operating System: Bones, Muscles & Blood
MP3 player of choice: It's bright pink, and old, and I want a new one...
Wallpaper of choice: Constantly changing
Favourite cartoon character: Despise them all LOL
Personal Quote: Don't make the same mistake twice - think up new ones!!!

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