Tuesday, 20 September 2011

THREE MUSES - DOORWAY


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

I was inspired to spotlight Mae West who had she seen this piece may well have said : Come up and see me sometime!  Hee heee.

Great fun, Bev.

Credit to Holliewood Designs for the door and the stairway, Fiddlette Designs for the curtains, Truly Tagging for the keyboard, the famous sofa is courtesy of ArtKnowledgeMagazine online and the painting by Dali and Mae West herself were Googled.    The wine glasses and the light bulb I have had since the mists of time (but if you know who they should be attributed to please let me know).

Thank you for looking.

24 comments:

peggy gatto said...

So delightful and so clever
AND
beautifully created!!!

bluegiraffe (Sherry) said...

This is a great visual depiction of Mae's famous saying! Wonderful use of color too.

Grannie Annie said...

Love the duel Mae images this is a really fabulous piece of art Ann...Bravo!!!

Kaylene said...

What fun, great work

Lori Saul said...

A fascinating and brilliant take on the theme as always Ann!

indybev said...

Spectacular art, Ann! So many clever twists and turns. Many elements drawn together into a brand new look at Mae's invitation! Bravo!

Judy said...

.......and these stairs lead up to your neighbours, do they Ann? Such a very clever & stunning piece, I love how you have created the b/g face - perfect!

Junibears said...

Fascinating to follow all the twists and turns. Gorgeous work Ann! xx

linda said...

A clever and whimsical piece. Who doesn't love Mae West!

Rosie said...

I find this to be a very suggestive piece indeed Ann!! I think Mae would've loved the sofa and the shelf on which rests the clock... And a glass or 2 of bubbly would also have been right up her street!! Great job! =)

see you there! said...

Great entry. Does anyone remember the song "Stairway to Paradise"? Popular in the 50's.

Darla

Lizbethem said...

Great fun, indeed, Ann! That sofa is fab! Beautifully done, as always.

Netty said...

Oh wow loving how you've used the Dali paintings, its a wonderful piece of art. Annette x

Jackie said...

Such fun - it's brilliant, Ann.

Anonymous said...

Brilliant! The doorway to Mae's mind is NOT for ordinary people, only free spirited people is allowed to cross that door.
Christine (Image Wings)

Bill said...

This is fantastic! How do you come up with these brilliant ideas?!

Cathy L. Calamas said...

Reminds me of a Salvador Dali image. Very dreamlike. Cool!!

Paulette said...

I love the way your mind works!! And your art isn't bad either!


Paulette:)

ArtChick said...

I love your doorway creation. The colors are so vivid...and you gotta love Mae West!

Yvonne said...

This is so beautiful, Ann!

Plush Possum Studio said...

Whoa! Mind-bendingly beautiful!!!!!
Great work, my dear!! Simply fab!
Rose

Eila A said...

What a perfect set for the Mae West image, Ann! I love all those elegant and slightly surreal details.

Anne (cornucopia) said...

Wow, this was so subtle I almost didn't see the hidden face! Great work Ann!

Ozstuff said...

Absolutely Fabulous! I love the vibrant colours and the wonderful design. Great work.