Given the dreadful terrorist attacks in Paris, this piece I called "Sorrow" seems timely. It started with a photo of a stone angel, and I used many filters and blending to achieve the above effect. Thank you for visiting.
Ahhh. Come away with me Lucille, in my merry Oldsmobile... My gentleman is courtesy of Land of Nod, and his horseless carriage is from Finecrafted Designs. Background and house are cybersurfed. I seem to be in a vintage mode of late. Thanks for visiting!
This is after the style of Jacub Gagnon. My mother's "Sunday dishes" came from Montgomery Ward, but Sunday table was always set on crisp white table linen. I followed in her footsteps, and fine china was not part of my home either, but the tradition of family together at dinnertime was honored in my home as well. I have fond memories of the sit-down Sunday dinners with family gathered all around. Somehow, on Sunday there was always time for church before the big Sunday dinners which were served promptly at noon. Whatever happened to that tradition anyway?
Milady's gone shopping with shoes in mind. The window scene is from a poster for a broadway play with Phil Silvers and Nanette Fabray. I'm sorry, I've lost the source for milady. Thanks for stopping by!
June's challenge at Dezinaworld this week is "Sisters". This piece features an 1884 painting by Abbot Thayer, altered somewhat. Background is a blend of several pieces. I appreciate your visit and your comments.