Sunday, 1 November 2009

Gothic Arch Challenge

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This week's Gothic Arch challenge is to produce an arch
based on the work of Lord Frederick Leighton
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I chose the painting Invocation

26 comments:

  1. Lovely image... I like your button flowers too.

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  2. Gorgeous, love the unique shape of your arch!

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  3. Umm the arch is a little wide me thinks !

    Thank you for all your lovely comments

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  4. I loved how you thought outside the picture wonderfully done! Great take on this theme outstanding!

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  5. Very beautiful - wonderful arch!

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  6. That is beautiful, I love the flowers! suzie. xxx

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  7. Beautiful image, looks great against the red background!

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  8. This is absolutely fantastic!
    Gorgeous arch.

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  9. Super gorgeous. I think your background is really gorgeous.

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  10. good job!! love the dimensions in/on it!

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  11. I think the buttons are a fantastic touch as are the flowers. It must be nice to have a deadline and something to spark the imagination

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  12. Lovely work Penny........... lovely.

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  13. Thanks everone ...I appreciate all your comments and I'm looking forward to the next challenge !

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  14. your arch is very beautyful!

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  15. I love the shape of your arch and the gorgeous image you used! beautiful work! :)

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  16. Bad Penny, Unique double arch. I see two arches here.I like the way you think!! Using her arms as your second arch is very innovative. Well Done!!!

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  17. ohh, shes a Beauty . your shape is so unique! I have to say I love your name Bad Penny.

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  18. Wasn't Leighton amazing? You just have to go to Leighton House in Holland Park, West London and have a look, it's quite lovely.

    Yes Penny, your shape is unique!! The arch is a little wide at the base, but if it works it works.

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  19. Lovely and original arch Penny!
    Lord Leighton certainly gave us fantastic images to play with didn't he!

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  20. That is beautiful work !!
    Love from the Netherlands Rini

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