Sunday, March 20, 2011

Take A Word #21 Architecture

I may have gone a little further out of the box on this week's challenge of Architecture.  I used laser cut wood (Red Lead Paperworks) that I painted (a little Tim Holtz copper crackle on the birdcage), some skeleton leaves and my bird flying free from the cage.  It's a unique and interesting challenge! 

17 comments:

Junibears said...

Beautifully made. Love it! xx

Judy said...

What an interesting take on 'architecture' Lyn, wonderful idea with lovely touches!

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Beautiful bird cage. Great take on this theme.

Nancy Maxwell James said...

love the sweet bird cage and bird! so darling!

Lizbethem said...

Unique and interesting art, too, Lynn! Love it!

Pat said...

Don't think you are on the limits... A bird cage can contains a lot of different things..And I love birdcage!
J'aime beaucoup ta création
Bravo
Pat

Taluula said...

Outside the box on this one Lyn, a superb and wonderful take on this week's theme. Bravo my friend.

Faye said...

Wow, Lynn, this is truly gorgeous work on the birdcage. Beautiful interpretation of architecture.

toadinaboat.com said...

So lovely!

Grannie Annie said...

What a beautiful birdhouse it is Lynn...love the bird too!

Christine said...

This is absolutely gorgeous. This is my favorite kind of birdcage. Empty!

indybev said...

I love your "take" on the challenge. Beautiful little bird who "flew da cage"! Nice work!

Sandie R said...

Oh Lynn this is such a fun piece. Love the bird escaping. Love it.

Effie said...

What a lovely bird and cage!

Jaluza Scrap said...

Perfeito.

Dolly Daydreams said...

Beautiful very clever idea.

Marie

Ozstuff said...

I love it when someone thinks way outside the frame while tackling a theme. This is so beautiful, Lynn. Fantastic artwork and a great idea.