Sunday, 5 May 2013

TAKE A WORD


STONE ANGEL

Created for the Take A Word challenge where this week we are being inspired by STONE ANGELS.

Credit to HolliewoodStudio and FinecraftedDesign.

Thank you for looking.

19 comments:

bluegiraffe (Sherry) said...

Wow. This is otherworldly...and beautiful!

Lori Saul said...

So beautiful and richly layered. She has transported me!

Lori

Grannie Annie said...

This is stunning it has such visual weight and I like the touch of organic to keep it real...exquisite work Ann!

Jeanette said...

Wow!!! I love the touch of the surreal.

Lizbethem said...

Gorgeous, Ann! I love the sense of movement in this. Lovely colours.xx

Junibears said...

Wow! Such a sensuous, beautiful angel! Gorgeous piece dear Ann! xx

beth conklin said...

stunning piece! a real eye-catcher.

Liz said...

WOW, I enlarged this and stared at it a while, then called my other half to look too! There are so many layers, the earth, the paving, so much to take in. I have no idea how you created the angel, but the touch of flora brings a brilliant pop of colour.
Outstanding!

Sim said...

Oh wouaouh! Broken earth and imprisoned sexy angel (what beautiful hands!)...
Your imagination is out of limits and your talent too dear Ann!

johanna said...

outstanding! and thought provoking, which i love!

Yvonne said...

So creative, Ann! Just gorgeous!

Sim said...

Hi dear, I sent you the swap today, then twice because I was wrong!
Many kisses! <3

Lynne said...

This is wonderfully creative and surreal.

Judy said...

An 'out of this world' stone angel, a real beauty, Ann, perfect elements, another 'feast for the eyes!'

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Excellent art piece. Beautifully created.

My Creative Life said...

Ann this is a fantastic art piece, the earth fits perfect as background for the stone angel.
Anni

Electra said...

Fascinating, Ann, how you have put this together.

Ozstuff said...

This is such an interesting piece. I love the shattered world and the mystery and drama of your blue angel - so creative!

peggy gatto said...

Stunning work!