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Monday, March 8, 2010

"Beach Bathing Beauties" - Gothic Arch

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This week’s Gothic Arches challenge was “Beach Bathing Beauties.” I started with a conventional vintage bather, but then I ended up going off in an enchanted/magical direction.

This is also my 250th blog post. I wanted to mark the milestone with fanfare and maybe even tie in a celebration/anniversary piece with a challenge that has that for its theme. But when I finished this piece, I thought it looked special enough to be number 250.

I also want to thank everyone who left comments last week. Once again, I’ve fallen behind on looking at and commenting on entries for challenges.

7 comments:

Yvonne said...

Exquisite, Anne!

Nicecrane Designs said...

Oh my i am curious about how you get the arch i am designing new Arches inspired on ancient cathedral and this is really amazing,,,,,wowwwww,,,

Martina2801 said...

Your arch is brilliant, Anne! Wonderful images and I love the unique shape!

jeanne said...

great collage of pictures! love the arch shape and was also wondering where you found that! beautiful colors and definitely worthy of a 250 posting!!! Bravo!

Ozstuff said...

Hi Anne - I don't see a lot of your work because we seem to be entering different challenges. I gave up on the Gothic a few months ago, more for difficulties in posting (Hate Mr Blinky) than anything.
This one is superb. How did you ever find a shell shaped arch? The whole effect is rich and colorful and your design is fantastic.
Great work.

Ellen said...

whata wonderful shape for an arch Anne. Love all your various bathing beaties , great for your 250Th post !

Kris Dickinson said...

So wonderful! Lovely compostion!