Tuesday, 20 December 2011

THREE MUSES - ANGELS


Our theme for inspiration across at the Three Muses this week is ANGELS, and as usual my mind went off at a tangent and I thought about a famous angel we have here in the UK.  So I searched my photos from a previous visit and here we are.  Ta da.

Credit to  ....... well me!  :D

Thank you for looking.


14 comments:

Grannie Annie said...

Gorgeous Ann someday I want to see this in person if it weren't for you I wouldn't even know about it.

Christine said...

Great composition with the texts in different sizes, colors and posicion.
As Deann, I want to see it someday...

Junibears said...

I have seen and admired it! I just love your depiction Ann. Happy Christmas. Hugs xx

linda said...

What an amazing piece of art! Thanks for sharing it!

Yvonne said...

Soooo original, Ann! Absolutely gorgeous!

johanna said...

totally interesting post - wish i were near enough to see it!

Plush Possum Studio said...

What a touching tribute!
Love every sentiment.
Perfect theme for the holidays
Rose

Sim said...

Oooooh Ann, you're unique & wonderful!
Very emotive, awesome & clever work!
I'm touched!!
Thank you very much, dear Ann, for your visit & sweet comment!
I'll be back in about 20 days...
I'll miss you too!
I wish you & yours have a beautiful & joyful Xmas time!
Big kisses!

Judy said...

What a magnificent sight that must be, Ann, love how you have provided more information, excellent piece!
Have a wonderful 'white' Christmas and best wishes for 2012!

indybev said...

Thank you, Ann, for sharing this very special angel with all of us. Your words are sobering, and your art is dramatic. BRAVO and Merry Christmas!

mary.kg said...

Bravo pour cette idée originale
( comme toujours !:-) )
Amitiés Mary.kg

Ozstuff said...

Wow! This is a real magnum opus!! What a lot of work and thought you have put into it. I love the use of the various fonts and the colours are perfect. Thanks so much for the great story. I love the fact that the angel is dedicated to the miners who worked and often died in darkness. Pause for thought.
Beautiful artwork.

Gaby Bee said...

Wanted to send along some wishes for a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Hugs, Gaby

Lizbethem said...

Fabulous art, Ann! I have never seen the angel in person but he looks so powerful and special that I feel a surge of Northern pride!
Happy Christmas to you and yours!