Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Allegory of Spring-Inspiration Avenue Challenge



 This is a portrait of Chloris, the Goddess of Flowers and the Three Graces.  (Charm, Beauty, and Creativity).  Which one do you most identify with?

 By the way, my work is now part of the Ontological Museum's Centennial Collection.
2012 Ontological Museum Acquisitions: OM.2012.086 - Lou Anne Hazel - USA:

13 comments:

  1. Congratulations on your success! I love the combniation of purple and green you've chosen for your entry. It reminds me of my grandmother's favorite spring flower: the woods violet. Lovely, fresh work!

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  2. Lovely, cool spring flower colors and awesome symbolism! <3
    Congratulations on your work being exhibited!

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  3. First...that is wonderful news about your art work, congratulations!
    Your interpretation of the Allegory of Spring is wonderful, Lou Anne.
    I just love the 3 Graces, don't you?
    ♥♥♥

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  4. I love them all....hard to choose a favorite. They work together so well.

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  5. Love this ladys, very pretty

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  6. Thank you all for your comments. It was a fun challenge.

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  7. Congrats on the exhibition! That is very exciting! Very nice composition and such a colorful piece. I like the use of butterflies too..another allegory of Spring!

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  8. Love your ladies. Queens all. And congrats on being in an exhibit.

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  9. Congrats on your art success and I am LOVING your 3 Graces! The crowns, the colors, the whimsey, all of it, Fabulous!!

    XO
    Kim

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  10. Congratulations, so exciting for the museum inclusion! These Three Graces are vintage seeming, beautiful, and fierce. The colors are beautiful and this is a unique Three Graces interpretation. (-:

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  11. Enjoyed looking at your version of the Three Graces. Congrats on your work being in a museum show as well.

    Darla

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  12. I like your crowned Graces/Goddesses & the pretty symbolic butterflies!

    In answer to your question: Creativity.

    Congratulations on your work being shown in the museum collection.

    Kat :-)

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  13. Congratulations on your work being a part of the Museum. What an honor.

    Let's see. I have no charm, no beauty, and all my flowers are wild, so I guess I have to go with creativity. Although I believe you could call me LATE, because it has taken me so long to get here this week.

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