Tuesday, 8 December 2009

Three Muses Challenge 28 - Bottles and Jars

This week Bev is hosting the Three Muses challenge and the theme she's chosen is BOTTLES and JARS.

I wanted my bottles and jars to be part of a landscape or a landscape within a landscape and so that is how this evolved : three separate landscapes inexorably linked to tell a story, which is of course, message in a bottle!

The elements are much altered are credit to TakeABreak, Farrah's Designs, CAJoline, Efie, NumbBumm, Tammara at Pixel Music, Juno (Dulcet) Terri at Pringle Hill Studio, GrannyArt and Honey Designs. Thanks all.

Thank you for a great challenge Bev.

TFL

31 comments:

Ozstuff said...

For all those who follow me here in making a comment, make sure to enlarge Ann's beautiful picture for details which aren't so obvious in the smaller size.
Ann, this reminds me of a National Geographic documentary dealing with a world without people (after all humans have left the scene). Your picture is absolutely beautiful and so creatively composed. Kudos to you!!

peggy gatto said...

This is so gorgeous and reminds me of Dali!
You are in good company!

Sandy said...

Wow Ann this is magical.
What a wonderful dream. Love them.

Willy said...

Your bottles landscape is absolutely stunning, Ann.

johanna said...

this really is fantastic and magical!!

vintage wil said...

Wow this is gorgeous!!!

Astrid Maclean said...

This is truly amazing Ann, how do you do it? Like usual my mouth hangs open in admiration. You digital artists are like magicians to me and this piece is really magical.

WrightStuff said...

Very Salvador Dali - you have such a wonderful imagination. Great piece. Love it

LiveArt said...

OMG, this is fantastic!!! such wonderful details and I love your use of bottles, this is a new favourite of mine!!! LOVE it!!! Your are sooo creative and make magical pieces!!!

Linda

Yvonne said...

Your piece is AMAZING! So creative!

Martina2801 said...

What an amazing piece of digital art, Ann! So beautiful, perfect!

Terri Kahrs said...

Ohhhhh, Ann!!! Your "surreal" style just keeps getting better and better. Marie's right - everyone's GOT to enlarge this fabulous creation to see the awesome details. Standing "O", My Friend!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Hannastiina said...

one have to enlarge this, there's lots of stories to see in it. The stories are from far away and still this day? Beautiful digital art.

indybev said...

Holy cow, Ann, this is so intricately constructed it's amazing! Marie is right, it has to be enlarged to be truly appreciated. The pin through the bottle is a quirky touch. Standing ovation from my corner, Miss Ann!

Diana Evans said...

wonderful work!!! I love the bubbles....

Elizabeth Golden said...

This is wonderful. oz is right you must enlarge this to see all the wonderful details. Fabtastic!

Svenja said...

This is so beautiful and surreal and dreamy. Wow! Yes, very DalĂ­, indeed. And I agree: you don't really see it until you enlarge the picture. Absolutely stunning!

terri d. said...

i agree with the posters that said your piece reminds them of Dali! very surreal and wonderful to look at! great job ann!!!

Limar said...

What a great piece! :)

Heather Robinson said...

I am always so excited to see what you create for the challenge each week because you are incredibly imaginative. I love that you begin with a concept and that the piece grows from that concept. Brilliant as always.

Eila A said...

Wow, Ann - your piece is really extraordinary! There's so much to look, and I love the challenge to make a story out of it.

Silvia said...

Fantastic digital work, looks really fab.

Judy said...

Exquisite & very magical, with the quirkiness that you are the master of, Ann, spectacular eye-candy!!

peppapig said...

Ann this is fantstic,i love it and it looks awesome enlarged,brilliant!!

Rosie Rowe said...

I agree with Bev... it's an amazing fanatsy work - and I love it Ann! =)

Lucy said...

Wow! this blows me away! I did enlarge and my what alot to see and so beautifully done. Congratulations on this wonderful work of art you've done for the challenge!

AliMayes said...

You never cease to amaze me Ann with your imaginative artwork - so clever! You asked about my 'Marilyn in Wonderland'. I don't think I've saved it in really high resolution but if you let me have your email address I'll send you what I do have - I'm new to all this digital stuff and swapping it!!!

Tammara said...

WOW, I'm loving your "surreal" phase, Ann! What fantasic work for this week and last week's challenges!

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PELIGROSO!

Rein said...

This is fantastic!

Dedi Sulaeman said...

great!!
i like it......
how you can?
:)