Tuesday, 9 August 2011

THREE MUSES - MAPS


It's Bev's turn to host at the Three Muses this week and she has chosen MAPS as our theme for inspiration.

I had great fun with this one, Bev.

Credit to Roger Wood at Klockwerks for the shoe, the background is from IStock, whilst the remainder is courtesy of FinecraftedDesign at Deviantscrap.

Thank you for looking.




17 comments:

Kaylene said...

Great surreal take on theme.

Grannie Annie said...

Smashing and not just the world...this is a mind trip Ann...just awesome!!!

indybev said...

Brilliant surreal landscape. Clever, as always, and so very well done, as always! Kudos to you!

Gayle Page-Robak said...

This is such an interesting art piece,Ann...thought provoking and wonderful!

Lori Saul said...

Love your imagination!!

Christine said...

What a striking image! It is also true to your surreal vein. Love it!

Barb said...

Terrific interpretation of the theme!

Judy said...

Lots of "oohs & aahs" from me, Ann, love the surrealism of your art here, it would be my favourite piece of all your art - til next time I visit, of course!!

June Yarham said...

You never disappoint Ann!This is awesome and somehow disturbing to me. Is this the future....? xx

johanna said...

wonderful and thought provoking... the world really seems to fall apart...

linda said...

Oh, pity the poor world! This is wonderful, Ann, I love your take on the surreal. I thought the image in the sky was a flying saucer, until I enlarged it! Love that bit of whimsy.

Lizbethem said...

This is an art piece with tremendous impact. Super, Ann!

see you there! said...

Looks like your were inspired by Dali. Wonderfully sureal.

Darla

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Great digital work.

paulette said...

How cool and Salvidor Dalish. I like this a whole lot.

I give it five mustaches:)

Paulette

Anne (cornucopia) said...

Great surreal piece Ann!

Plush Possum Studio said...

OH! A favorite theme of mine, and I'll have to sit this one out! :(
Your work is splendid, as always.What a unique use of space, scale, and juxtapositioning! Love that reddish sand, as well. Nice choices all the way around.
Hope to be able to join you all once more in the coming weeks!
Rose