Thursday, May 7, 2009

"A Fantasy Flower..."

...Painted while feeling a bit frisky and playful a long while back.
She was then scanned, flipped using digital editor
and posted
for the first time today...
...all while waiting
for the energetic version of my artistic Muse to at long last reappear!
Have you seen her???

"Often the Muse will not respond to direct and logical requests.
She must be lured in with the playful and gentle."
~Jill Badonsky

20 comments:

iva yaneva said...

Oh this is really nice! I love it :) I like the colours

marianne said...

No, I haven´t and haven´t seen mine neither lately......
But no worry, it will be there before you know it I hope

This is wonderful! A promise....

Alex said...

It's magical ^^

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Your rainbow flower is indeed playful. I would love to have a clump of them growing in my garden. Alas it will have to be in the garden of my mind. I have the best luck gardening in the garden of my mind.

If I see Mz Muse lurking around here I will tell her that she can find some fine projects at your hand.

I do hope that you are feeling well. When there are health issues one cannot do what ones likes best. It takes a lot of energy to heal oneself.

Anita Davies said...

Beautiful as always Margaret!

Caroline said...

Fabulous flower - love the colours and frilly edges. I also love the 'Coiled Up' of your last post. Such patience you must have. Hope that muse shows up!

Art4Sol said...

It's a beauty...send me a seed.

Cori Lynn Berg said...

Ooohhh... this looks like one of those beautiful mexican tissue paper flowers.

Lynn said...

I love the bright colors you use and this flower dances across the page gracefully.

soulbrush said...

looks like a lovey fan..mmmm am sending you some ginseng to get that muse going again...maybe she just needs this 'time out'.

RHCarpenter said...

I like the colors - so fresh and clean - and the composition, too. I'm sure your muse is just out jumping in mud puddles or catching butterflies and will return very soon.

Julie said...

Very nice, Margaret...I think you are coming back!!! Take care and keep getting better!!! XOXO

studio lolo said...

My muse has been in hiding since I started packing. I really hate it when I don't have a piece of art I'm dying to get at. So sad! I bought a book a while back called "Marrying Your Muse." You may want to check it out on Amazon.

I love this fantasy flower. It like a rainbow thistle!

My word verif is "splat!" That's what my spirits feel like :(

We shall recover!
XX

3rdEyeMuse said...

... makes me think of marigolds ... and world peace. :)

john.p said...

I like! Hope you're feeling better, too. And absence of our muse teaches us patience and the anticipation of a joyful reunion (jeesh I sound like a preacher).

Sandy said...

whoo...this is gorgeous!!

Sherry said...

These inverted images are really wonderful, Margaret. Perhaps if you made a small sacrifice to your muse? Some wine...?

kazumiwannabe said...

This one is glorious! Love the ATCs you did on crushed sugar cane fibers, too, the paper makes a beautiful effect.

Teri C said...

Isn't it funny how our muse can be so tempermental!

Love both versioins!

Snowbrush said...

I love that bottom flower.