Friday, 27 February 2009

Fantasy Friday BLD No. 6















































*artwork B by Mark Ryden and L is by Lisa Falzon

29 comments:

Great-Granny Grandma said...

Do you have a special site (or sites) you go to to find these great images? I'd love to know. I guess I'm not to good at searching things out on the Internet. :-(

Dreamers Dream said...

haha i like thisss

pRiyA said...

:-)

you might also enjoy
http://www.markryden.com/

;-)

Faith said...

What wonderful artwork! I keep looking again and again. These really strike me:)

MuseSwings said...

There is a huge amount of symbolism at work in that first picture! The babies in the nest appear to have letters on their chests - perhaps the artist's name. I can't make them out.

Shelly said...

OMG I loved the first picture - it almost brought tears to my eyes as it reminded me of years and years of tea with my friends, tea with my nieces, tea with my daughter, tea with my mom, and of course tea with “the girls who have their masters in tea” my sisters.

Sarah said...

Renee - you have drawn in Jim - we do enjoy your Friday Fantasies!! The first on had lots of symbols - air,fire,earth and water - from l-r, oak leaves - but I couldn't read the babies. Amazing detail work - didn't care for their faces. The second one was sweet in an odd way - he still loves her despite her prickley personality. The third looked like a birdy version or Rowen Atkinson made us giggle!! Will email you later hon!! Love, Sarah

glorv1 said...

I can remember having tea parties with my cousin Connie. We'd sit under a tree and pretend and sip and pretend. How wonderful remembering the young days. Thx for sharing. Take care and have a great day.

Every Photo Tells A Story said...

Hmmmm, I have to absorb and reflect on these images before I can leave my most wonderful comment;)

By the way, I plan on contacting one or two of them to submit images for my blog. So, thank you, and I suppose I need to pay you commission for the effort (of giving proper credit)!

xoxoxo

lakeviewer said...

The second picture is preciously poignant. Love it!

Thank you Renee for these gifts.

pinkglitterfae said...

I love todays pics Renee!
have a fabulous weekend! hope it's not too cold over there :-)

Julie-ann said...

A talented artist and so young!

Tessa said...

You are GENIUS, Renee! Those illustrations are so wonderfully diverse and utterly fascinating.

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

This is so imaginative and wonderful! Love the tea party and the animal hats. Awesome.

Aleksandra said...

Hay,dear Renee,just stopping bye to say halo ,whish you a great weekend and there are olso some nice pics of work from Nicolleta Cecolli art site,she is wonderful.Ciao,Aleksandra

Michelle said...

I can relate to the middle one...

Taylor said...

Oh i loved the first one!! and Aunty Shelly's comment made me love it even more!!

Lisa said...

stunning imagery Renee- i love number one xx

lakeviewer said...

Hi Renee,
Love the second picture, touching!

studio lolo said...

These are all fabulous Renee!
The second one is so sweet. He's all scratched up from holding her and he doesn't care. I love that. He accepts her just as she is and he embraces her thorns.

Happy friday...love you.

Jason Gusmann said...

i do so love the art you find, milady.

Audrey said...

These are awesome dear Renee. A nest of babies a dude with a tucan beak and a chick with...WHAT KIND OF BACK?
Love it! And love you! Have a great weekend.
Love audrey
xoxoxo

Daria said...

Hope you're having a good day on this fine frosty Friday.

Cotton Picker said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and for the kind comment.

At this point, I haven't tried to sell my work because I am still learning my craft. I plan to start selling in July 2009.

Thank you for asking.

Inga (aka Cotton Picker)

Delwyn said...

Morning Renee,
An endless stash of goodies you have!

Each one is a story.

rochambeau said...

Love this artworks!!
Thank you for dropping by.
Just adding your beautiful blog to my roll now!
Bonne weekend!
xox
Constance

Daria said...

I don't think I've told you this before ... if I did ... it's chemo brain .... but I love your music. I have my laptop speakers pumped up and boomin'.

Bella Sinclair said...

My goodness, I just cannot tear my eyes away. Such haunting images. The teaparty is incredibly beautifully painted, but the girls are mighty creepy. And what is that symbol on their carafe -- is it a she-devil?

The second one is heartbreaking. Feels like it should be from one of the Grimm fairytales.

And the birdie one -- HA! It's nice to end on an up note.

Emerald Arts said...

I love the second picture. It's exactly how I feel sometimes when I've had far too many Salycilates and I'm so itchy that I don't like being touched. Pity I'm not a nudist haha

Luckily I'm pretty good these days, so it's getting rarer. Stealing this image ;)