Tuesday, 24 September 2013

AN EVENING STROLL IN THE PARK

The challenge at the "Three Muses"  this week is to make new art from old art.
I chose to take all my old art from previous blog posts.

I took the tower from "Baffled the Moons....."



some sand flowers and the eagle from "Memories"






some more flowers from "The Grokiza only eats red flowers"



a bunny or two from "Letitia Rabbit loves all her bunnies"



and a bear or two from "Intruders at the Castle!"





to make  - "An Evening Stroll in the Park"





31 comments:

  1. This is wonderfully whimsical, Sheila. I love all the animals.

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  2. Such an adorable art piece again, Sheila. You have so lovely way to tell little stories with the wonderful pictures of your own. I looked also your old pictures you used in this new one, they are so lovely, too.

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  3. Very special, beautiful & vibrant. Wonderful whimisical design ! Shirelyx

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  4. I like the stripy bear pretending to be a lion. Where is the spotty dog ? I love the reusing of prior art material, better than it sitting doing nothing. Love it, Awesome !!

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  5. I love this piece, it has such a dreamy quality to it! Valerie

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  6. As far as I'm concerned, every park should have it's own castle. You are so clever taking bits and pieces from here and there and joining them all anew again. Those are still some of my most favorite trees!

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  7. Sheila this is stunning and simply magical! I love it!

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  8. Wow a beautiful combination of older pieces! It looks fabulous!
    Groetjes karin

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  9. This is so absolutely beautiful, definitely sellable in the form of a limited edition poster......card ....illustration.....inspiration for a children's book

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  10. Sheila this is so wonderful put together of older pieces.
    Hugs Anni

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  11. That ist more than wonderful!! First because it is the way it is - colorful, fairy tale like and expressive! On the other hand because I remember almost all pictures the details come from. And each of the pictures put a smile on my face. I think you can imaginge how many smiles had gone over my face when I saw this post... Thank you, Sheila
    Beate

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  12. Another of your amazing whimsical pieces, Sheila, a perfect piece for the challenge!
    Thanks for participating!

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  13. Wonderful whimsical and delightful...that bird looks so free in the field of blue and the multiple layers of color great job.

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  14. This is such a fun, magical piece. It belongs in a children's story book!

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  15. A wonderful bit of fantasy, very cleverly combined!!

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  16. so joyful, you always lighten up my soul and mood! your art is so very special and unique!

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  17. What a good idea to re-sample little images from your past blogs and create this sweet picture which looks like an illustration for an interesting fairy story. It really makes me smile, which is good on this very misty miserable morning here in our part of the UK. I love it.

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  18. Very good and so colourful and the animals. Real fairy tale. I like fairy tales.

    My work is on my blog today.





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  19. You have done it yet again. A lovely story with beautiful colors. You have the magic touch, Sheila

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  20. The colors, and the flowers, the trees and all the animals, i love it!

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  21. Stunning! I love the way all the old friends have come together in the one scenario. The eagle looks splendid against the vivid blue sky, and the dark bluey/black in the corner suggests all kinds of mysteries just outside the picture! I love it! XX

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  22. What an epic and brilliant transformation, Sheila. A big high five from me.

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  23. Oooh What are amazing funny whimisical picture,its so beautiful with the animals in the park,i have a smile on my face,thanks dear sheila for this.

    greetings jeannette

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  24. Oh wow, I LOVE it! So clever and so creative and it looks fabulous!

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  25. What a shame I didn't honour this artwork of yours not yet, Sheila. It is so beautiful! I really love it.

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  26. Gorgeous. I would love to see that last one on my sunroom wall. Very happy, inspiring:)

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