Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Three Muses - Key

I made a tag with a Moonlight Journey image and some Tim Holtz goodies.  Sprayed with Tattered Angels and hope to get this done on time!

19 comments:

Folk Heart said...

I love this tag, and your use of the key as a mask. Isn't the soldier handsome? This is a unique and appealing approach to this subject. Really enjoyed seeing your work!

Yvonne said...

Love how you did your keys, Lynn! Beautifully done!

Judy said...

Wonderful 'key' piece, Lynn!

Tina said...

Love your stenciled key technique and your tag truly tells a story. Love it!

José said...

Clever idea; the map key. Beautiful tag.

Femmy said...

beautiful tag Lynn!! great idea to use the key as a mask!!

Junibears said...

A beautiful tag. Great work here! xx

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Wonderful piece, love the key shapes on the background.

toadinaboat.com said...

Love this. There should be more art featuring men. The ladies usually get all the attention.

Taluula said...

Oh, I hope he did find happiness in the end. I love this and I love how you did your keys.

Faye said...

Wonderful to use the key as a mask! It gives me all sorts of ideas. Very beautiful and very creative, Lynn.

indybev said...

Great tag. I guess this is the fellow in story of the man who went all over the world searching for happiness, only to discover the happiness was in the journey! Thanks for joining us this week at Three Muses.

Lizbethem said...

Lovely, Lynn!

peggy gatto said...

I love the colors in this, a beautiful combination!

Christine said...

The key to happiness ... Difficult but not impossible. Nice work!

Dolly Daydreams said...

Gorgeous tag and love how you made the keys .

Marie

LiveArt said...

Love your tag!! another brilliant take on the theme!! Love all the elements that make this a fabulous collage!!

LiveArt said...

Love your tag!! another brilliant take on the theme!! Love all the elements that make this a fabulous collage!!

Sandie R said...

Great Tag Lynn. Love the background colour and the use of the key as a mask as well as a dimensional element.