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03 May 2009

Dancing with the Daffodils

The challenge this week on Artarazzi was to incorporate the image provided into our artwork.

I followed the title of the painting "Spring Flowers" by Alma-Tadema Lawrence.

My heart with pleasure fills
& dances with the daffodils

William Wordsworth


I made my own background, including one of my own photographs & adding a quote from William Wordsworth.

Here is my digital art journal page for this project.



Credits: Dover

18 comments:

  1. it's beautiful, so serene and calm, love it!!!

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  2. Fabulous daisy - I love it - so soft and beautiful xx

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  3. Very very beautiful Daisy. Love your art journal page too, so elegant! Carolyn :o)

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  4. What a great journal page this made. Good work!

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  5. Daisy,this is simply gorgeous. She is a breath of spring air.

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  6. fab daisy - lovely and sunny xx

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  7. Thank you for stopping by & leaving such lovely comments xx

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  8. I love it when participaters also add personal photo's to a challenge Daisy.
    Your's so beautiful with warm colours. Well done !!

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  9. This is stunning Daisy... you are becoming quite a digital artist! The colour is so gorgeous here, and you have incorporated the image beautifully!

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  10. Daisy, this is a lovely work. Very orignal! I love the softness of it.

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  11. Gorgeous daisy - I love the colour. xxx

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  12. Hi Daisy! Thanks for coming by and visiting me. Your sweet words made my day. I had a chance to check out your blog.. Love it!! I especially find the digital journal pages you make to go with your art very cool. This piece of the girl is so beautiful!!! Have an awesome day!!

    Karen

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  13. How beautiful and clever. Your work on this is incredible
    Hugs June xxx

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  14. Another gorgeous piece Daisy!

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  15. This is so soft and pretty. I love the idea of a digital art journal, why did I never think of that, doh!

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