Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Wordless Wednesday: Brilliant Disguise


A brilliant disguise, indeed. Created by my F&B best friend Lori, this collage just won first place in a local art contest sponsored by the Howard County (MD) Art Guild.
Others are speaking loudly without words for Wordless Wednesday.

24 comments:

Alison said...

Interesting, could be a little unnerving on dark night ;-)

Anonymous said...

It's beautiful. It would be interesting to know how she did the face (a real person mold)?

jams o donnell said...

A well deserved prize. Excellent worj

Stacie said...

Gorgeous!

-- said...

Wow I can see why this is so cool!

Cinnamon Girl said...

That is really beautiful!

letha said...

Looks cool, congrats to the artist for winning.

elasticwaistbandlady said...

This wins the award for "Picture That I Would Never Hang Next To My Bed" award.

Happy WW!

L.L. Barkat said...

I can see why. That is remarkably creative!

Melanie said...

Very interesting. Was a real person used as a mold for the face?

Anonymous said...

Unusual, and striking! congrats to the artist! .. :)

The Minute Man: Colin Chang said...

Hmm. Looks like someone coming out of the wall. Deserving of a winning prize.

Anonymous said...

Very creative! I love it.

Anonymous said...

Interesting...

Happy ww! :-)

Anonymous said...

Obviously very talented!

Jenn in Holland said...

Well deserved award I would say. What a great piece.

Unknown said...

Super cool, indeed!

Holly Schwendiman said...

That is very cool! I love seeing other's ideas for creative art!

Hugs,
Holly

Barb said...

I love the colors and textures!

Chris @ Real Horses said...

You have quite some talent there.

Happy WW!

Pearls of Wisdom said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing and Happy WW.

Angel Mama ( Pearls of Wisdom)

Anonymous said...

Congrats to your friend! That's quite a unique piece of art.

Unknown said...

Congratulations to Lori, and a good photo

Anonymous said...

thats a pretty cool collage. congrats to your friend

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