Friday, 8 July 2011

DIGITALMANIA - INSPIRED BY KLIMT


This week at Digitalmania Marie has challenged us to be inspired by Gustav Klimt.

So here is my interpretation ..... and below .... the real thing.  I don't think I really needed to  tell you that!  :D


Credit to Tumblefish Studios for the circles  and Holliewood Studios for the trees, whilst the woman (made up from three separate women) are courtesy of the Public Domain.  The remainder is a bit of digital daubing by me.

Thanks for looking.

5 comments:

peppapig said...

Cool interpretation Ann,great!!

jayne :-)

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Terri Kahrs said...

Your "dabbling" is FABULOUS, Ann!!!! I adore your contemporary interpretation of Klimt -- I swear you have a "magic mouse"!!! Hugs, Terri xoxxo

ps Thank you, Dear Friend, for your sweet comment regarding "Art Journaling". Your words brought a smile and warmed my heart. :)

Plush Possum Studio said...

FABULOUS!!!! Love it!!!
Klimt is worth reviving, which you've done so well here. This is really rich and powerful. Love the colors and how you haven't quoted his work completely. Marvelous.
Rose

Healing Woman said...

I love Klimt. You have created an interesting interpretation of his painting. I have no idea how to digitally create images so I don't know how hard it was for you to do but it turned out great.