Monday, November 3, 2014

Bride of Frankenstein

A couple of weeks ago. My GF Debbie had us playing at our Diva club
 in the Finnabair style doing a collage. 
I went  for A Halloween Bride of Frankenstein look.
 So much Fun. Finished it up on Saturday. 
Its pretty heavy but I love all the spooky things embedded into the canvas.

On another note.....
A little late in posting the following but a special thanks to Marie at
 for this Gorgeous book necklace she made me for my Birthday.
She even put my name on the back.
Cool huh!! Love it. Thank you sweet Marie!


bobbie said...

I can't wait to see your canvas in person this month!
I FINALLY gotten all my gluing done; I'll start Gessoing tonight ~
Told ya I was slow!!

misteejay said...

Oh Lynn, that canvas is amazing. I love all the detail you have included - fabulous.
Toni xx

Sarah said...

Wow, Lynn, you put everything but the kitchen sink on this one! What a great way to use up a pile of lovingly saved junque. Love it!!!

suziqu's thread works said...

What an amazing piece of art is the Bride of Frankenstein and your dragonfly book pendant from dear Marie is so beautiful!

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

So cool, Lynn - love it.
Thanks for sharing my little gift here. I had such fun creating it for you.
Have a great week.

Gio said...

Creepy and gorgeous at the same time, love all that metal and the profile!

Debbie Emmons said...

Lynn, I'm glad you where up for the turned out great! Let's make some more!!!!

The GF Debbie

Createology said...

Wow to all the details on this canvas. It looks wonderful. How very sweet of Marie to create such a beautiful book necklace for your birthday. Belated Wishes...

Shelly Schmidt said...

Oh my- this is so awesome! I have been sitting her taking in all of the details...... cool stuff to have in your stash and WOw- love this canvas!

Terry said...

Love, love, love! Your bride looks amazing and I so love all those spooky bits you added along the way! Now I am wanting to do another Finnabair style mixed media! Hugs!

Marjie Kemper said...

That's my kind of Bride of Frankenstein! Love your metal collage, Lynn. Gorgeous!

Marva Plummer-Bruno said...

oh how cool!!!

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