Tuesday, August 31, 2010

back to nature

A little early for this one, but on Wed, this theme
and other creative interpretations will be seen here:

The Three Muses


26 comments:

Tom said...

what in the world is the world of Zetti?
Those eyes would make one hell of a frightening sunset. who could sleep?

maggie's garden said...

This is great! I love those eyes....I'll definitely be checking out Three Muses...thanks for sharing. Your work is extraordinary! Always a pleasure.

indybev said...

WOW! Unique, creative, and eye-catching! Thanks for joining us!

Ozstuff said...

Yes, I thought of those glaring and accusing eyes as an angry sunset too! Your picture is so dramatic - made especially so by the combination of black and white and rich colour. Very intriguing and creative artwork. Bravo.

Lori Saul said...

Wonderfully thought provoking! Love the startling eyes against the black and white.

LynnF said...

Brilliant work!

Diana Evans said...

oh wow!!!what a super neat piece with that cool owl eye background!!! wonderful work!!!

Yvonne said...

Fantastic piece!!

Rein said...

This is wonderful!

missy k said...

Stunning!

Taluula said...

Oh wow, this is stunning, I love the eyes and the way you have drawn your watcher into them. Bravo.

Grannie Annie said...

Oh I love the eyes this is great and unique...good job.

Astrid Maclean said...

Wow, those eyes are certainly catching, very interesting piece!

Netty said...

This is so dramatic, love it.
Annette x

Sam Juliano said...

A delectably mysterious brew here Michael! Yes the eyes do resonate for sure, and the blues soundtrack by Deford Bailey is appealing. I need more time though for this puzzle! Ha!

Faye said...

Spooky eyes! So creative. Love the black and white foreground.

Sharmon Davidson said...

Very cool!

Bill C. said...

What a fantastic image for back to nature! The eyes are very dramatic. Great work!

Gaby Bee said...

This eyes are truly cool! I'm impressed by this eye catching creation. I love how you create your art.
Gaby xo

Who Is Afraid of Alfred Hitchcock? said...

Hi! C.M.,
What a unique collage...It almost have an Oriental/Asian flavor.
(The field reminds me of a rice pattie(Sp) field.)
When it comes to the bird's eyes...all I can say is LOL!!!
Tom...The music sounded great!
Thanks, for sharing!
DeeDee ;-D

Jackie said...

Great piece, love those piercing eyes - I didn't actually see them at first!

tony said...

Thanks Coffee.
Yes!Church,Wine , Plaster & Expresso.A Perfect Mixture!

grrl + dog said...

This one looks ominous,

is it?

David G. said...

Holy Mackerel, Coffee, what are we to make of this image?

You are a tricky son-of-a-gun, you know. You work on our subconscious, you pull strings without us knowing, you leave us feeling unsettled, uneasy as we try to understand your message.

I found the big eyes troubling. They are the kind of eyes that Big Brother would have, eyes without compassion or love.

I'm sure I'll have nightmares tonight!

Cheers.

John said...

I really love this CM. Seems like a strange mix of big brother, a Karloff horror film and mother nature gone mad.

Coffee Messiah said...

tom: When you find out, let me know.

mg: Thanks so much.

Thanks Muses!

sam: Thanks for taking a listen.

dd: Thanks....the fields look like all the ones out here. Thanks for taking a listen too.

tony: Remember, if you ever need a personal barista!!!!!! ; )

grrl: It's getting to be that way ; (

dg: Thanks for stopping by. Seems we're all living a nightmare, one way or another. Cheers back and hope you're feeling well.

john: Thanks. Did you ever hear BKs reading of Peter And The Wolf?
I had to get it again and really think it's one of the best readings of all time.