Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Steampunk Maybe.......

theme this week is steampunk....

Without the oceans there would be no life on Earth.

                                              Peter Benchley

36 comments:

Judy said...

Wow, Louise, this is a perfect steampunk piece - stunning!

Lori Saul said...

Lovely art and wise sentiments Louise- wonderful entry!

Diana Evans said...

oh this is lovely!!! what a wonderful piece...I love all your components and things!!! wow!!!

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Awesome! Love it!

Sandy said...

O M G !!! This is absolutely striking. Brilliant steampunk art.

LiLi M. said...

Oh Louise, what a magnificient piece! I love this theme and there is so much to see and to think about. That is what art should do in my opinion; tickle your imagination. So you have done well Louise!

Julia said...

So much to see!! What a stunning piece!

Femmy said...

fantastic!!!!

Rosie said...

It's a wonderful steampunk work.

Rosie

Taluula said...

Oh wowee, this is steampunk at it's very best. Most definitely frameworthy AND I for one would give this wall space.

Ellen said...

wow so much to see and discover.

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

I love this piece!!

indybev said...

This is just the most delicious bit of steampunk whimsy!! I keep going back for another look. Excellent! Superb! Thanks for bringing it to our challenge.

Deb said...

Magnificent! This is so grabbin' me. Love it!

Fete et Fleur said...

This is too cool! It reminds me of Michael Parkes the surrealist painter. Have you ever seen his work?

Nancy

Rebecca Ramsey said...

Wow. I LOVE it. So creative and smart.

mary.kg said...

Oui !!! parfait ! j'aime bien votre challenge ! Bravo ! Amicalement Mary.KG

Jackie said...

Oh this is fabulous, Louise. Very fresh but very steampunk!

Ozstuff said...

There is so much to see here and all of it fabulous! I love your surreal approach, especially the use of the hatpins. Absolutely inspired. I don't think anyone really knows what steampunk is but, boy oh boy, we can have a lot of fun with it.

Great artwork.

Effie said...

Fab digi piece!

Diane said...

Awesome piece Louise! Wonderful, original interpretation, I love the pins!!

Otter Blue said...

Breathtaking piece!

adrienne said...

Very original. I love the pins piercing the water!

rochambeau said...

Cool Louise!!!!!
You're so good!
Hope you had a happy 4th!!
xox
C

rochambeau said...

Hello lovely,
Don't worry about anything. I will look forward to seeing your box when things slow down. Meanwhile enjoy your brautiful family this summer!!!
xox
Constance

shibori girl said...

This is so much fun! I love it. Congratulations on satisfying the theme so perfectly.

Kate

rochambeau said...

Have a great weekend Louise filled with love and family!
xox
C

Debi said...

Fantastic piece! Love it!!
xo
Debi

rochambeau said...

Just wanted to tell you hello Louise! Hope your day is going well!

xox
C

LiLi M. said...

Hi Louise, I do hope that everything is as you please. Maybe you are enjoying some lovely vacation days. I do hope so, hugs LiLi

rochambeau said...

Hi there Louise,
Thank you for your kind words about the Pea green boat. It mean a lot coming from you, as I appreciate your style and your art work tremendously!!
xox
Constance

rochambeau said...

If you come visit, I'll take you all around in my basket!!

xox
Constance

LuLu Kellogg said...

Louise, you are one talented Gal!

LuLu♥

LiLi M. said...

Hi Louise,

I don't know whether you shut down comments on your next piece on purpose, but I desperately wanted to tell you that I love what you do, this piece is excellent again! Love your autumn blog make over.

Have a great weekend Louise!

rochambeau said...

Great Autumn look, Louise.
Like your in the mail art too.
How are your hands????? Hope feeling mucho better.
Xox
Constance

Lynn said...

Louise, I love your art. And I have to tell you how much I adore your header! You always have something amazing when I stop in. :) I cannot remember if I commented on seeing your art kit in the magazine a few months back, but I love to pull it out and look at it again and again. The lovely blues in that! Sigh.

Lynn