Thursday, October 28, 2010

Glorious New Hat

Hats, it seems, are not as popular as they once were. Millinery shops are a thing of the past. But sometimes, one can understand why. This piece was inspired by Three Muses theme this week, which is... hats.

The elegant skellie lady is from Itkupilli, other elements from Dover, background text is pages from a vintage German book.

12 comments:

  1. absolutely stunning creation!!

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  2. Fabulous hat Diane. The picture made me smile. it reminded me of a touch of Miss Havisham only more so........LOL!
    Lots of love June xxxx

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  3. What a fun piece, Diane. Like June, it left me smiling. It looks as if you had great fun with it. Thank you for sharing with us this week!

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  4. Oh now, this is fun, a little scary and perfectly stunning artwork. I love it. A standing O from my corner.

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  5. Fantastic collage, Diane - I wonder if she'll topple over if she moves!

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  6. Brilliant piece, Diane, love your art!

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  7. Hello Diane !
    Let me first thank you about your nice words about my blog !
    But..seeing NOW yours i'm also surprised !!
    I've browsed for a while trough your blog to, and I HAVE TO say that I found it very enjoyable !!
    Your style is Brilliant ! Realy !!
    Glad that I found you and I hope to see more entries and art in the future !!
    ****
    Hearty greetings from the Netherlands.
    Rian

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  8. I've tried to add me as a follower byt google-connecr doesn't seem to work at this moment.
    I'll try it later again. Oké?

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  9. great design Diane, thank you so much for your kind words on my blog!!!

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  10. Diane, this is a delicious concoction. What a clever and creative idea to give your picture a Halloween connection. I love it. It's so funny and imaginative. Great artwork.

    (PS - believe it or not, I have a daughter-in-law who comes from PA!! She and my son live in London and I live in Western Australia but somehow we manage to catch up every once in a while! They met at Oxford University and have become more English than the English. I don't think anyone could guess where either was born).

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