12/10/2014

Past Present Future

A small canvas board measuring 5 x 7 inches with my interpretation of the feminine divine.  Painted with acrylics, the words Past Present and Future are from a stencil designed by The Altered Page (available from the Stencilgirl). The clock face and "all the things she never said" are rubber stamps.  It just needs to be sealed with some gel medium - semi mat.  

So that's it from me for today a very short blog post.  I'll be linking up with Handmade Harbour for Handmade Monday, Shells in the Bush for #Blogtoberfest14, Inky Dinky Doodle for Sunday Sentiments and ClaireJustine for Creative Mondays



Anita 


10 comments:

Jenny Cole said...

Very effective canvas, loving the eclectic feel! Xx

Trish Bee said...

Beautiful canvas, I love the colours you used.

Zsuzsa Karoly-Smith said...

"All the things she never said" LOL - I love your interpretation of the feminine divine! Men tend to think all relationship problems come down to the fact that we don't say what we want - we just expect them to know! I like how the main figure depicts a feminine shape, with the clock being her head. I didn't see that at first! A fun design - it made me smile! And the sentiment is just perfect for it! Thanks for linking up, Anita!

Peggy Gabrielson said...

Words unsaid... great usage of clock symbol.

Cindy Wirl said...

Yep, beautiful words, beautiful canvas!

Patchwork Fairy said...

Beautiful and very spiritual. I have that goddess shape tattooed on my ankle!
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Clairejustine oxox said...

Beautiful canvas, great design :)

Thanks for sharing #CreativeMondays..

Lucy Blossom said...

It is beautiful.

Felicia Aaron said...

Love your canvas Anita! Great colors! Blessings :)

butterfliecrafter said...

even without reading I immediately saw the feminine figure, well done