Friday, 17 July 2009

Thank God It's Friday - A Piece of Heaven

Bev is hosting the TGIF challenge this week and her theme is A Piece of Heaven. This is what came to my mind.

Credit to Irene Alexeeva for the backgrounds and to commons.wikimedia.com for the apple image (in the public domain).


13 comments:

Sandy said...

Yeah Ann this is a great interpretation. Looks fantastic. Unique work. Love them.

Thanks Ann for your piece from heaven to TGiF.

Rosie said...

Love that chequerboard...Yummy interpretation Ann! Now I need to go get an apple from the fridge!

indybev said...

Ah, Ann, you're absolutely right. A good, juicy, crisp apple IS a little bit of heaven! This is luscious!

indybev said...

Ah, Ann, you're absolutely right. A good, juicy, crisp apple IS a little bit of heaven! This is luscious!

June said...

Superb work Ann as always. What a stunning idea
hugs June xxx

Ozstuff said...

Wow, Ann, this is so beautifully composed. Your artwork is second to none and I agree that a big, sweet and juicy apple is a slice of heaven!!

Femmy said...

you are so right!! a juicy apple is a piece of heaven!! great take on the theme!!

Luisa Migon said...

Take care! You can go out the paradise!!! :O))))

Martina2801 said...

What a wonderful design and so clever using the apple !

Tumble Fish Studio said...

I've been seeing this beautiful piece in the little preview thingy on my blog and couldn't wait to come in for a closer look. It is so scrumptious. I just want a big bite of that apple - it would be a little piece of heaven it looks so perfect! (I may have to use that apple in something)

It is always such a visual pleasure and delight to pop in and look at your work. You are so talented and your pieces so fun and amazing. I'm off to look a bit more!
marsha

~*~Magpie's Nest said...

Very original and fresh take on the theme!!!
There is something heavenly about the perfect apple and this one certainly looks the part :)

herminesplace said...

Love it, very powerful

Anne (cornucopia) said...

Wow, this is stunning, Ann! I like what you did here.