Friday, February 20, 2015

"Goddess"

Here then is Lady Boyd, Countess of Errol (born Rebecca Lockhart) with her faithful hound, unless he's just there as an artistic prop given that she's depicted as the Huntress Diana. It is a mezzotint engraving by James McArdell after a painting by Allan Ramsay 1749. (Via WikimediaCommons)


The Challenge for this week is:

"Goddess"


Use the photo. Or express the topic "Goddess" some way in your collage. Or use both, a photo and a word. Word don't have to show up in your collage.

Post your creation to your blog or other website and  leave a direct link to your work using our LINK FEATURE at the end of this post.

(Click the image larger and save it to your computer, print it or use digitally. The image is public domain, so you can freely use it also with your other creations).




Saturday, February 14, 2015

"Ruffles"

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Sorry, I am late again...but here is new challenge:


The Challenge for this week is:

"Ruffles"


Use the painting. Or express the words "Ruffles" some way in your collage. Or use both, a painting and a word. Words don't have to show up in your collage.

Post your creation to your blog or other website and  leave a direct link to your work using our LINK FEATURE at the end of this post.

(Click the image larger and save it to your computer, print it or use digitally. The image is public domain, so you can freely use it also with your other creations).

Friday, February 6, 2015

"Love"

 Engraving: Charlotte and Susan Cushman in Romeo and Juliet, presumably 1846. Via WikiCommons.


The Challenge for this week is:

"Love"


Use the image. Or express the words "Love" some way in your collage. Or use both, a image and a word. Words don't have to show up in your collage.

Post your creation to your blog or other website and  leave a direct link to your work using our LINK FEATURE at the end of this post.

(Click the image larger and save it to your computer, print it or use digitally. The image is public domain, so you can freely use it also with your other creations).