Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Three Muses Challenge - Windows and Doors


The lovely old window is from Lorie Davison (altered by adding layers and a backdrop).  The lady is from an E-vint.com collage sheet and the aged roses are from Trish Jones. Background papers Createwings Designs.

16 comments:

  1. A stunning study in sepia tones with a wonderful sense of story and genteel spirit. Love this Marie!

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  2. This would be a lovely image in a old victorian book Marie !

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  3. I'm amazed by the many layers you used here. The effect is romantic and classy.
    I'm sorry I couldn't take part of Digitalmania lately, my life is a mess right now, but I hope I'll be able to fix this and that sometime soon...

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  4. Oh WOW, I can't begin to say how I love this one. It's elegant, and the dark tones with the sepia lend a sense of mystery. Beautiful work, Marie. Loud applause from my corner!

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  5. Perfection!
    so serene and lovely!

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  6. I just love your antique and vintage collages Marie and this one is a dream! Beautifully layered. A Masterpiece! xx

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  7. Pure vintage elegance, Marie, the b/g is a winner - perfection!

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  8. Marie, this has to be one of your very best pieces. A truly beautiful piece of art.

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  9. Elegant is the word for this! Beautifully crafted and spectacular grunginess.

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  10. Marie,

    I just love this - the overall feel is dark, but her smile makes it seem as if there is a lot of hope in the air.

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  11. I love the rich, old-world look of this, Marie. Very beautiful.

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  12. I love that antique and vintage collage, magnificent creation.

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  13. Gorgeous window, Marie! You almost feel like you are right there with her :)

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  14. you have created a beautiful image here. Loveky rich colours and layers giving it depth.

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  15. I love this collage. That window really makes it intriguing. Blessings!

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  16. Simply breathtaking, Marie! I've missed seeing your work, I've been gone way too long!

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