Tuesday, July 7, 2009


Serenity is my answer to this month's Dragonfly Challenge at  Big  Art Adventures , a monthly Challenge site, which in the past weeks  has just started encouraging the exploration of Digital creations as another art form for it's participants to consider.

I"m in!

Title:         Serenity

Method:   PS 2 / about 24 manipulated layers

Source Imagery:

The base background of foliage from Thailand is one I had created in another project, to use as a sort of wallpaper behind any future projects 

The copy-right free Dragonfly imagery is courtesy of the Antique Clip Art Site, which I just found out about from seeing an entry from another Artist on Blogger who enjoys digital challenges, Anne, of Creative Cornucopia.



  1. We're so glad you found us and decided to take part! This is a wonderful digital piece - the amber colours really glow, and yes it does have a serenity about it.
    Rosie ABAA

  2. What a lovely piece of art! I really like the fact that there are lots of different dragonflies in this...its kind of like that game where you have to try and count the number!
    Thanks for contributing...
    Linda :-)

  3. Wow, a beautiful digital work of art :)
    Thank you so much for the lovely comment on my dragonfly entry and the tips too, really appreciate that.

  4. This is lovely and I like the amber color.

  5. Beautiful layering piece and gorgeous dragonfly images - this piece has alot of motion and fluidity!

  6. What a lovely, swirly, floating and burningly moody piece you've created. It reminds me of the starting credits/end credits of Tales of the Unexpected, where the silhouette woman is dancing in the flames.
    Gini x