THE WOODS ARE LOVELY DARK AND DEEP

THE WOODS ARE LOVELY DARK AND DEEP
"You have to have a sense of humour, darling, to be alive. Even a bit mad. It helps to be mad."

Friday, April 22, 2011

Whooo's...... Afraid of the Dark? Paint Party Friday Week 6

First I must announce the demise of Deep Dark Sea......I just couldn't continue on it.....so many layers and where I wanted to go from there wouldn't have allowed me to do so, so I ditched it in the garbage on thursday with my daughter's blessing. I will  try my vision another time. So on to the new painting project..........

I had this Florentine Gothic gold leaf frame for some time now and thought about using it for a religious theme but guess what, I changed my mind.

I once again used my wood burning tool to sketch the design out on the old wooden frame and then painted in Weeps the owl under a full moon with water colour paints, acrylic and ink. Since the frame had some damage I needed to touch up some places where the gold leaf had worn down;luckily I had some gold leaf stored away just waiting to be used. I guess it waited far  too long for when I went to open the jar it wouldn't budge. I ended up having my husband drill holes into the top so I could use it. I have three more similar jars of varying leaf colours with the same problem. Oh well, I did say last week not to purge art supplies or leave them too long unattended so this was bound to happen. Good thing they are still good to use, very surprised.


So , here is my submission for this week's Paint Party Friday Week 6 .....

" Weeps .....is Afraid of the Dark "











Until next Paint Party Friday..... Happy Easter and have a great weekend.

Oh and many thanks to all who left me all the lovely comments last week....I did read them : )

Annabelle

13 comments:

Tammie Lee said...

ah, your little frightened owl is so cute and perfect in your golden from. I love what you did to the frame. Such a wonderful piece.

lenoracle said...

Love the frame. And the owl is adorable (I <3 owls) the textures in the painting are lovely. Happy PPF!! : )

dthaase said...

you have a wonderful style - this piece is so well done, great art!

Roban Studio said...

I can't tell you how many pieces of art I have thrown out! It's part of the process. Your owl is looking great in his new frame! Have a Happy Easter Annabelle. :-)

craftattack said...

Love your owl, and really perfect in that beautiful frame! Happy Easter! Hugs, Valerie

Marlene said...

Weeps is the cutest little owl and the frame turned out beautifully. I too have thrown out many pieces of art but usually don't stay with them as long as you did. I still think it was a very pretty piece of art.

Denni said...

Oh, poor weeps afraid of the dark! So cute and sweet looking. Both his image and his story I think would be a great subject for a children's book.
I like your blog...we share similar tastes. I love old things and ghostly matters. I also used to paint on those mushroom shelf's when I was young.
Happy Easter!

Barbara Rosenzweig said...

Just adorable! Love the little scared owl in that beautiful frame!
Glad that you enjoyed my eggs!
I'm your new follower.
Barb

Jenny Blair said...

what a wonderful owl, so full of character and i love the contrast of darker colours with the gold ornate frame. Lovely work :)

Gerri Herbst said...

Fabulous piece, love the cute owl and also how you wood burned the old frame. It is definitely the right frame and ties it all together. Thanks for your wondeful comments on my painting and garden. Yes I promise to show more garden pics...maybe some body in PPF will paint it!Loved looking around yr blog very inspiring...take care, gerri

Mary Hysong said...

Love your owl, he's a a cutie. Love how you recycled the frame, too. Thank you for stopping by my place and commenting! Happy PPF!

Carola Bartz said...

Weeps really looks quite scared... Cute little owl, I like this painting and what you did with the frame.

priti.lisa said...

That frame is beautiful! I believe it is helping dear little Weeps feel secure. Great piece!
xo

Charlotte's Web Tangled Garden

Photobucket

Sometimes a haunting melody can make quiet an impression ~^..^~
Thanks to Vic Mizzy for creating such unforgettable soundtracks and to Hollis Kim for sharing this fab rendition of the Haunted Organ from The Ghost and Mr. Chicken ….will always luv listening to it, no matter the time of year but especially great in the month of October

COPYRIGHT INFORMATION

All graphics, text and design:

Copyright ~ Annabelle ( Anna Laura Livinal Belanger )


The writing, poetry, art, graphic banners and designs, photographs are all copyright of the blog author and if you wish to use any of the work please ask.


Note: If you personally hold copyright to any images or other content herein and wish it to be removed or credited, please email me and I'm more than happy to do so. Eddy needs credit as do some other work....searching for their rightful creators to credit


**** Please understand if you do come across any of your work with no credited signature.... I will be very prompt to add your copyright to the work if you beat me to the punch.


Annabelle 2012


Blog Archive

Photobucket " Was it worth while to paint so fair "…… A world of the rarest most lovely beauty

Blog Archive

Flora and the Ghost Ball * Click picture to read

Flora and the Ghost Ball * Click picture to read
Halloween Spooky Story

LinkWithin

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...