Friday, 8 May 2009

Fantasy Friday BLD No. 13

















































*artwork B by Bill Carman and D by Resplendent Chaos

37 comments:

Micki said...

OOh The artwork chosen for today is great I love the first 2!

Micki x

Bella Sinclair said...

Oh, a yummy selection on the menu today! Breakfast and lunch are best served chilled, but dinner is splendidly warm. All a bit bizarre, but deliciously so. Very awesome. I like those cat-head plants.

OMG, you have a drop-dead gorgeous follower! Wowie!

ps. Think Ces and I don't know comfort foods? You, Ces, and me -- name the place and time. We'll take you down in an eating contest, woman.

Polly said...

They're fantastic, I especially like the second one. I have dreams like this sometimes

Have a great weekend!

Ces said...

Hello my dearest, how are you. I thought about you before I finally closed my eyes and surrendered to exhaustion. Still fighting, I read your comment bleary eyed and my eyes popped open when I saw her lovely face. What a beautiful name she has, her first and last to match her exotic beauty. Then I remembered how you described her as being an angel, her empathetic and sympathetic attitude, her caring and loving ways. I am warmed. Tahnk God, not only do you have loving people around you, they are beautiful and very pleasant to your eyes. She is beautiful! Thank you for giving me somthing to smile about before I closed my eyes again.

citizen of the world said...

Ooh, that second one reminds me of the line from the Carole King song, "Chills my soul right to the marrow."

Audrey said...

Renee...I am think these are three of my all time favorites (but I say that all of the time, don't I?) I love the whimsy of the first one, the depth (it is almost 3D) of the second one, and the homor in the third one.
Have a great weekend my friend. And happy Mothers Day to you!
xoxoxo

Daria said...

Always interesting to look at.

Hope you are doing O.K.

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Love the thrid pic - eclectic worlds co-existing in harmony! Reminds me of Alice in Wonderland!

It is no wonder the Guides love knocking on your door! Our pantry is fully stocked with chocolate biscuits - perfect for late night snacking.

Brent has a brilliant time away - he seems more grown up and confident now.

Have a wonderful weekend, Lisa

Ces said...

Hello dearest! I am working from home today! Later this evening we will be going to see my daughter's play. Hope you are feeling better and will be up to a lovely Mother's Day celebration this weekend. My, you have a good looking family. I just know from Josephine and Angelique.

Ces said...

I already loved everything of what little I saw of the lovely Josephine, so I am sure there will be just more to love!

Epsilon II is playing a lead role in a musical called "Rock the Boat". I am excited. She has the lead female role. This is her second play. The first one was when she was 11 y.o. She loves the theater. I am taking her again to see another Broadway play in June.

Shelly said...

a future little Bebopper (notice the mike hanging)

a Lifetime of being cold (obviously a child of Mr.Frost)

Dallying around like it is just another day – nothing is strange or out of the ordinary for that little monkey king.

Renee said...

Shelly it is your comments like these that show your wit that I love.

xoxo

Renee

Lori ann said...

These are fantastical, the imagination of some people, I am in awe!

love to you Renee,
Lori☺

Shelly said...

FYI someone we know (and love) is living in her own little grandma fantasy ... she told me her grand daughter (who is like 3) can catch a fly with her bare hands as it is flying around the room ... I put a call into her son to varify this, but have not heard back ... lol

glorv1 said...

I love the second one. Great artwork. I stopped by to wish you a Happy Mother's Day ahead of time in case I don't touch bases with you. Enjoy your day and don't eat too much cake. Take care.

studio lolo said...

hmmm, not loving todays menu Renee. Sorry! I guess breakfast is my favorite. I like the animal balloons. Dinner just creeps me out although I love his or her imagination, and lunch leaves me cold. It could just be the frame of mind I've been in lately. Maybe I shouldn't visit anyone until I chill out ;)
I do love stopping by with hugs for you though. Next time I'll leave my pissyness at the door!
xoxoxoxo
Lolo

P.S. Have a fabulous Mother's Day. How could you not with all the love that surrounds you? ;)

YayaOrchid said...

Do the first and second pics speak of your pain? The first, you wish you could control the birds circling your head, and the second speaks to me of the nausea and vertigo felt when in pain.

I sure hope you're feeling ok Renee. The opera post you mentioned pain killers.

In the name of Jesus, I rebuke and bind all manner of evil and pain which may be tormenting you. By Jesus' stripes and in Jesus' name you are healed! Glory be to God!And remember, faith even as small as a mustard seed can move mountains.

Lord, help my friend Renee. Open her eyes that she may see your kingdom and hunger for you, for your word. Touch and annoint every cell of her body with your healing touch Lord. Lord, that she may be filled with your joy and give praise to you and all to your glory! Be it done according to your will. Father, in Jesus' name, Amen.

Artistic Accents by Darla said...

Amazing selection Renee!

kj said...

ha! of all of these, i want to be that monkey. let me settle in and take me along for the ride!

xoxo

Sarah said...

Hmmm ineresting as always - the first two make me kinda cold like metal and ice in the pics - interesting to look at though! I kind liked the lst one - didn't want to but did love the earthy feel to it - sweet and odd at the same time. Hope you are well hon. Having a rough week - so not around to much -but thinking of you dear!
Love, Sarah

Sydney said...

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Here's the link, in case:
http://naturegirrrl.blogspot.com/

I post there the most... basically every day.

TheChicGeek said...

So cool! I love the first drawing :)
Have a Happy Weekend, Renee :)
xox

Angela Recada said...

Love the art!

I hope you have a lovely Mother's Day with your loved ones, dear Renee.
xoxox
Angela

Marion said...

For some reason the last picture makes me think of "monkey on my back" even though the monkey is literally IN her back. More amazing artwork to tickle our muddy brains. Thanks, Renee, for making us think!

Julie-ann said...

Hi Renee, Etsy will be great to do from. I can place a permanent picture of your angel on there.
I have your angel boxed up ready and can arrange for a courier to pick up on Monday. Also with this i will get a tracking number and you can keep on eye on where she is flying and when she will be landing,lol!

Oh, and your a cheeky monkey,lol!
You made me laugh!

Every Photo Tells A Story said...

Wow, that third image is just out of this world!

As always, I'm thinking of ya, and wanted to wish you a Happy Mother's day, dear Renee!

Love Nancy

A Cuban In London said...

The first image is succulent! Yes, I could eat it :-)! Many thanks, fantastic post.

Greetings from London.

Ces said...

I see that someone has entered my name on a comfort food eating contest. Hmn. When will that be? Make it after the Epsilon's play if you are up to it. But then the Junior member of the triumvarate may not be up to it.

Renee, I swear. I seldom make any typographical error on your blog but whenever I write to Bella, I look like an imbecile. Terrible errors and misspellings and then I try to correct them and the corrections are even worse, totally retarded!

I love your blog, it has an automatic spellcheck, grammar and vocabulary check!

Woman in a Window said...

I like the first two. The last one is a little disturbing to me.

Sonia ;) said...

Renee...

I like those pictures..they are unique and special because of that...HaHa KJ thinks its a convertible...I really like the metal birds....Sometimes at work..I think wow could I escape how can I..hmmm metal birdies....Our thoughts all wonder...Kissess my Raven friend..

Smiles,
Sonia ;)

Pattee said...

Renee... I just saw that you commented on my other blog ... that I never go to. Thank you so much for support and I'm glad your fool is well liked.

I love your fantasy friday pictures...
Pattee

Ces said...

Hello Sweet! Thank you for asking. What a fun and wonderful production. Miss Em was fabulous, really and everyone was great. it was a entertaining, funny and a first rate production, props, costumes for a miidle school! There were so many boys participating which warmed my heart because boys usually do not like dramatics. Ah the Moleskine, first of many projects. That is why I bought a dozen! Hahah! I am the lucky friend!

Ces said...

Oh byt the way, where is Angelique? Would you please ask her to comment so I can see her beautiful face again?

Ces said...

Hey Love, in case I fall asleep on my drawing here, let me just wish you a sweet good night. I hope you are feeling much better and indeed I have come to believe in the power of prayer. As Bella mentioned about the shortcomings of love and that we need more, for tonight I will rest my weary head, content and happy that I have boldly opened my heart to love and care for someone who does not ask for anything but gives so much. You my dearest Renee is everyone's loving and inspirational friend, the epitome of what Aristotle referred to as a friend out of virtue. May God bless you, ease your pain and discomfort and perk up that weary smile in your heart.

kj said...

what is sonia talking about? of course it's a convertible!

right, renee?
:)

The Gypsy said...

wow. I specially love the second one. beautiful artwork and colours.

kendalee said...

I love the creativity of brains that can produce these beauties!