Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Persephone

This is my entry for the Three Muses challenge this week where the theme is " Spring".    This digital collage is made with imagery from e-vint.com, Beth Rimmer  and Evelyn at Deviantscrap; all blends and filters in PSE.  I chose Persephone as the goddess of Spring as she returns to the surface of the earth from the underworld to renew and bring forth all flowers and new growth. There are signs of her presence everywhere and it is important to stop and look for her cues!

34 comments:

  1. Lori, this is fabulous, reminds me of a Klimt and perfect for spring...

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  2. Wow Lori what an atmosphere.
    Amazing Spring work.

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  3. Gorgeous, Lori. I thought 'Klimt!' too when I saw it.

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  4. Gorgeous meditative eye-candy!! wowness and blissfulness and totally beautiful...I also love that little dragonfly on her arm..amidst the thousands of butterfly!
    Wow!
    victoria

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  5. This is a very impressive and thoughtful piece of art, dear Lori. I am happy you became member of my blog, that way I could find you here. I see, I still have a lot to learn and I will come and visit you more often, now. Your blog is very inspiring! Greets, Manu

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  6. Hurrah for Persephone! This is a beautiful Spring tribute, Lori!

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  7. Belle Perséphone Lori!
    magnifiques les multiples fleurs aux couleurs éclatantes !
    J'aime beaucoup ! Amitiés Mary.kg

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  8. Lori,
    Your maiden goddess is lovely. I really like all the colors and flowers in the composition.

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  9. Stunning, Lori, love your vibrant colours and your layering & blending have created a sense of depth too!

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  10. Gorgeous Spring artwork, beautifully created.

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  11. Aaahh! Persephone! Just love it when she returns from the underworld...all beautiful and full of life and flowers...i love this work, Lori, well done.

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  12. Superb in every way. Persephone was never so lovely as in this beautiful artpiece. Wow!

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  13. Wouaouh! It looks like a Klimt's square landscape!
    Persephone seems dreamy & meditative?
    Is she wandering if time is gone to come to surface now? Surely, she's coming!
    Very beautiful work Lori!

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  14. Gorgeous as always Lori! I once knew a woman named Persephone too! xx

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  15. Your wonderful Persephone art looks like a Klimt! Great job!

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  16. This is so beautiful! a perfect embodiment of Spring!

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  17. This one really speaks to me. Yes, spring is in the air and the flowers add so much to this piece. Wow! You've done it again.

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  18. Beautiful! I love the story of Demeter & Persephone...Surprisingly when I took my Mythology class in college, quite a few people had never heard of the story. Thanks for showcasing this peice.

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  19. Wow. This is awesome! It reminds me of Klimit's work. (sp?)

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  20. Its such a good feeling when Spring is in the air and your picture really captures the feeling for me,many thanks

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  21. Beautiful and joyful in every way, Lori. Your goddess of Spring is perfect.

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  22. I just don't have the words to explain my reaction to this painting. Suffice it to say that I am absolutely gob-smacked! The Klimpt influence is evident, but you've most definitely made it your very own "Raven-style." I love it, Lori.

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  23. Stunning Lori, I love all your art.

    Hugs and Happiness to all.

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  24. Awesome work, Lori! Yes, Spring has finally arrived and I love your take on the gorgeous blooms that are coming forth from the earth right now. You always inspire me with your words and art. Hugs to you!!

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  25. Persephone was able to burst forth easily here this year. And she seems to have arrived for the Three Muses Challenge in all her glory. Just lovely.

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  26. How fantastic, love all the colorful flowers.

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