Sunday, 3 March 2013

TAKE A WORD


A FINE LADY ON A WHITE HORSE

We've been asked for something WARM this week at Take a Word and that reminded me of the beautifully but strangely dressed lady I saw passing my house the other day.  Seated on a white horse and keeping her eyes straight ahead, never looking right nor left, she trotted past my window.  I watched as she passed and couldn't help but marvel at her warm beauty and the warmness of her glowing skin and vibrant clothes.  Finally at a bend in the road she moved out of sight and I never saw her again.

Credit to Pink Lotty (DeviantScrap) and Sharing Tubes.

Thank you for looking and taking the time to comment.

18 comments:

bluegiraffe (Sherry) said...

Fabulously warm, whimsical and tremendously creative! I admire your art so much!

beth conklin said...

wonderfully warm- love the red/ yellow/ orange blending of colors. the background is especially nice- a real eye catching piece!

Deborah said...

Beautiful piece of work! I can feel that safety pin, though. Ouch!

Grannie Annie said...

This is so awesome I may cry...it is definitely on my list!

Anjas-Artefaktotum said...

Adorable how you always find a perfect interpretation, I am thrilled about your talent.
xox Anja

Christine said...

She's quite a lady! I almost can see that huge white horse she was seated on. Wonderful, Ann.

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Perfect colors, excellent artwork. Love it.

Lori Saul said...

An amazing array of color and imagery!

Healing Woman said...

Love this one. Even more than the piece, I love that you combined such an intriguing story along with it. Leaves one wondering whether or not the lady did pass by your house.

Lizbethem said...

What a marvelously fanciful piece of art! Love the story. You made me want to see more of her--especially her vibrant clothes. xx

johanna said...

another taluula-masterpiece! but the safety pin gives me a shiver;)

Sim said...

Awesome and mysterious, strange and warm lady!
She doesn't seem hurted by this huge safety pin!?
Wonderful and special story too.
Bravo dear Ann for this eyescatching masterpiece!

peggy gatto said...

Love this, she seems quite comfortable wearing her "pin"!!!!!!!!!!!

Electra said...

Wonderful, Ann. But the safety pin gives me the willies. I like the lips too.

Judy said...

I agree with Electra, re: the safety pin, my neck feels 'itchy!!' An outstanding piece, Ann, the reason you never saw her again is because she returned to the 'dark side!!' LOL

My Creative Life said...

So wonderful Ann, love everything about it, but poor woman with a safety pin in the neck.
Anni

Faye said...

Beauatiful colors, Ann. I especially like the feathers (but not the safety pin).

Ozstuff said...

Whoooooosht! The colours and composition are magical, Ann. This has to be one of your very best and that is saying a lot. Magnificent.