Thursday, June 24, 2010

He Took A Blue Ribbon!

A three panel piece I did for the newest release from Artistic Outpost Country Life.
The background was done using the faux rust tech from TJ.

22 comments:

2amscrapper said...

This is simply delightful!

Martina2801 said...

This panel piece is so fantastic, Lynn! Beautifully created.

Tolegranny said...

Great piece and a blue ribbon. Good for you.

Terry said...

Awesome panel!! Love how you combined so many of the images to perfection!

Marlene said...

Wow! This is so cool! You are so artistic. I mean that. Wow.

Kathy Eddy said...

Oh this is just charming! So county fair! Love it!

Lori said...

Wonderful piece! Really has the "country flavor"!

Lesley said...

Fabulous. I just adore the image!
Lesley x

Laura said...

This is lovely but my favourite has to be the pig!

Lorraine said...

great panel piece and so different

Netty said...

Wowee, love it. Annette x

June said...

Ohhh thats gorgeous Lynn, i shall have to check out that rust technique it looks amazing. love the boy he is sooo cute
hugs
june xxxx

Louise (KardKrazy) said...

This is so cool, Lynn!

Linda Ledbetter said...

I swear I went to Grade School with that kid! This is awesome, as always, and you aced that faux rust technique!

Evelyn S. said...

I can just see him in a county fair exhibit, Lynn! Darling!

stampdiva said...

This is so unusual and the faux rust is so perfect for those stamps. Lynne M

trisha too said...

What a happy little guy--I love that image, it's so cheerful!

Very fun piece.

:)

In the Light of the Moon said...

A wonderful piece and that faux rust is really cool!!Warmest Regards,Cat

Nan said...

Love the faux rust....this is just one of those pieces that make you smile!

zandra said...

Just stopped in from the Sisterhood of the Bloggerette's party? Have a great weekend.
Hugz,
zandra

Nancy Maxwell James said...

How stinkin' cute is this! Wonderful composition and art! Hope you have a awesome Sunday! :)

purplepaint said...

Lynn this is fabulous!!! You always do such awesome work! Marva

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