Tuesday, 16 April 2013

THE THREE MUSES


With tuppence for paper and strings, You can have your own set of wings, With your feet on the ground, You're a bird in flight, With your fist holding tight, To the string of your kite. 

Let's go fly a kite .....

Thanks to Bev for the theme.

Credit to PlayingWithBrushes and Carolyn at SharingTubes.

Thank you for looking and your comments are appreciated.


15 comments:

Queenie Believe said...

This is a wonderful creation. I'm so sining that song in my head right now... If I were at home, I'd likely be singing out loud :o)
Have a great day.
Always, Queenie

Grannie Annie said...

Yep that's where mine always ended up...lol This is fabulous Ann very atmospheric and mysterious with a touch of danger...love it!

indybev said...

Awwwww, the fate of many a kite! I love the grunginess of this one and those aged edges. Beautifully done, Miss Ann!

Junibears said...

Oh this is a real favourite. I love everything about it. Gorgeous! xx

Lizbethem said...

The simplicity of this piece is amazing because it tells such a story! Wonderful art, Ann.xx

Bill said...

Oh no! Those darn trees. Maybe she's sitting on a magic mushroom and everything will turn out alright in the end. :o)

sheila 77 said...

This is a bit eerie with the bad looking kite and the frightening forest. Little girl, get out of there, fast.

Jeanette said...

Absolutely fabulous!!!

Yvonne said...

This is fabulous, Ann! The background is awesome!

Liz said...

I've been singing that song all week! What a very deep piece, the others have said it already, stunning background, somewhat threatening with the kite tangled but the little girl looks serene and sweet.
You really have a way of telling a story with pictures. Brilliant

Anjas-Artefaktotum said...

Fabulous and magical scenery, love that peaceful creation.

Electra said...

I love the kite tangled in the branches. Your layering and texture is gorgeous, Ann!

Deborah Verhoeven said...

That is a beautiful piece! Poor kite! It makes me think of Charlie Brown and his kite-eating tree.

Lynne said...

I love this. It has a wonderful eerie quality and the little girl is completely unaware.

Sim said...

I love this one Ann! So spirited and beautiful!