Sunday, 12 January 2014

TAKE A WORD


JACK SKELLINGTON

We have MOON as our word for inspiration at TAKE A WORD this week and that reminded me of last full moon when on looking out of my window I spied Jack Skellington (my neighbour from two doors down).

I waved ... he waved (well I think he was waving) ... we exchanged Happy New Year wishes, and then I went back to my book!!!!

Credit to Nasa for the moon, the interwebby for Jack whilst the swirl is a PS brush.

Thank you for looking.


14 comments:

indybev said...

Inspired!! Glad Mr. Skellngton lives on your street, however!! I am always amazed at your imaginative powers, Miss Ann!

sirkkis said...

Moon looks often cold and not very kind. You have got that feeling, I think. Awesome and interesting art piece, Ann.

Anjas-Artefaktotum said...

WOW what a great striking composition, what a cool idea with the sceleton, together with the big moon it looks a bit dangerous. Very expressive as always!
Big hugs Anja

Karla B said...

Can you hear my applause? Bravo Ann! This is fabulous!

Deann said...

You crack me up...I love your neighbor Jack and your fabulous moon...great job.

Bill said...

Wow. It's amazing what one can see in the light of the moon! I think I'm glad he lives on your street, though. Great collage!

Ozstuff said...

I just love how your imagination takes hold and we are the lucky recipients. This is an amazing piece of surreal - mesmerising! Wow.

johanna said...

i envy you for your neighborhood! greetings to jack;)

Electra said...

I love, love, love this!!!

Yvonne said...

Brilliant piece, Ann! I have really missed all of you!

Junibears said...

And I thought I had some queer neighbours........
Fantastic piece Ann! xx

The Gossamer Tearoom said...

Ooh! Can we move to your neighborhood?? I love your creative collage!!! So much fun!

Betty

Anni - My Creative Life said...

Oh Ann what a wonderful collage and a very special neighbor you have, I love to see and read your posts.
Anni

Christine said...

Isn't he lovely? Delightful collage, Ann.