Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Three Muses - Bottles and Jars

Ann's given us a challenge to include bottles and/or jars in our work this week.   My background is courtesy of Finecrafted Designs, and the little explorer is by Jessie Wilcox-Smith.   The birds are brushes.   I'm glad you stopped by.   I love comments!

24 comments:

  1. When I saw the beach scene with that wonderful Jesse Wilcox-Smith figure, I really smiled. I've been in a beach frame of mind ever since returning from my vacation, Bev. Your interpretation of a bottle theme is clever and adorable!!!!

    BTW - I've been enjoying a cup of tea AND your fabulous artwork!!! Looks like I've missed quite a bit since I've been away. Love that giraffe juggler!!! He should be a poster!!!! Hugs, Terri xoxoxo

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  2. This is such a charming piece, Bev! Gorgeous colors. I wonder what's written on the message in the bottle?

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  3. Hello Bev!
    What kind of message in the bottles?
    Always a dream for a little girl you still seams to be...? :)
    This image give pleasure, thank you very much!

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  4. Bev, this is very creative, mixing the photographic with Jesse Wilcox Smith, bravo.

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  5. Oh my Goodness, Bev!
    I think your little girl has found Kaylene's bottles!
    I love your cool way with digital art Bev..

    Paulette

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  6. Paullete, That's exactly what a wanted to say too !!
    Bev , if you would blend Kaylene's "underwaterworld" with your cute image, it would be a fantastic image in a childrensbook !!
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    It's soooo nice to watch everyones entries

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  7. Adorable and what a beautiful beach scene...
    Could one of those bottles be Kaylene's !!!!!

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  8. What a sweet take on the challenge...I just adore the innocents of this great choice Bev!!!

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  9. I love, love this artwork, Bev. What a beautiful beach and bottles. Your little girl is adorable too!!

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  10. Gorgeous piece, Bev! Love the peacefullness of this :)

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  11. Wow! This is gorgeous, Bev, and I especially the love the way you have used the Jessie Wilcox Smith image. Whimsical and wonderful. Superb artwork as always.

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  12. What a delightful scene, Bev, I hope there's a special message in the bottle for her!

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  13. Can you imagine how exciting it would be to find treasures like that? Beautiful work!

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  14. The Jessie baby looks gorgeous in that scene! I don't think she'd be old enough to read the message in the bottle. A wonderfulk piece.xx

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  15. Lots of messages in those bottles!!! Great creation and such a sweet little girl.

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  16. so many bottles, how lucky she is! wonderful collage, bev!

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  17. This piece of art is adorable but with a little punch to it--one never knows what is in the water these days! Very clever, Bev.

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  18. Absolutely gorgeous, Bev. I love how you've incorporated the image with the background. And the brushes of birds looks fabulous. None of my brushes look that crisp.

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  19. Yep, hate to have to say it again, but there you are fishing out all of Kaylene's bottles! Joking apart, Bev, this is a lovely interpretation and I would love to know what message she got.

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  20. What a charming piece, Bev! A child discovering treasures is such a wonderful thing!

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  21. I have a question. How do you get your photos so large on your blog? What resolution or do you have to do something different?

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  22. Such a fantastic digital collage, the little girl looks really cute.

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  23. Needlewings - I'm answering here, since I can't find an e-mail address for you and I can't connect with your comment section (thank you, Blogger). Once you've loaded your photo to Blogger, right click on it and you'll be given a selection of sizes. Choose X-large. Hope that works for you!

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