We're to feature a door in our art this week at Take a Word. Credit for some elements to Eena's Designs, and, of course, to Omar Khayyam for the quote. Thanks for stopping by. Your comments are always appreciated.
A sort of a surreal musing. Strange things happen in a full moon, don't you know. Thanks for visiting, and thanks for your comments. Now I'm going to be watching for your silhouettes....and HAPPY THANKSGIVING to those of you in the U.S. Blessings on the rest of our talented artists from countries far and wide!! Credit for silhouette to Karen's Whimsy, cityscape was cybersurfed.
Organic is the word of the week at Take a Word. My lady is from a vintage Vogue magazine, frame from B Datema at Scrapbookgraphics, and some of the florals from C Renee Designs. Thanks for your comments!
Mona Lisa will find herself in all sorts of new surroundings this week at Take a Word. I've used a background of blended pieces of renaissance floral paintings, and a found violin....just in case Mona has an urge to be serenaded. I hope someone has a bow! Thanks for your visit.
Transportation is the challenge at Collage Obsession this week. Image credit to Creative Commons; map overlay googled. Slight tinting. This lady is a bit before my time, but I could have posed in similar fashion with my first car -- a beautiful, spanking new, pristine white 1957 Ford. Ah, those were the days.......
I'm becoming a fan of white space art. Maybe it's because I'm a child of the prairie and grew up in the wide open spaces!! I traveled a good deal when I worked to a number of our large cities. I always gave a sigh of relief when I reached the edge of the city and hit the open road. I live in a large city, but my homes have always been on the very outskirts, so that a short drive takes me to vistas of small farms and fields of grain. This skyline is a photo from my cousin (much tweaked, cropped and filtered), but I don't know what city it is. Anyone recognize it? At any rate, I had a grand time putting this together, and I hope you all have enjoyed your white space journey as well. Thanks for stopping by.
I like to work in black and white, so I created this piece for the Digital Whisper challenge. Background is mine, blended with some cybersurfed clouds, tree, boat and bird and cabin from my stash. Thanks for stopping by!