Friday, September 4, 2009

Three Muses Challenge - Charlie Chaplin



This week for the Three Muses challenge was Charlie Chaplin. He is such a great character in his films and in real life. He certainly brought a lot of joy and laughter to the world in a time when it was sorely needed. I knew I had to do this is black and white - just like his movies. The quote is his and the layout is something I have been practicing for another project.

12 comments:

Taluula said...

Elizabeth I hope everyone takes the time to enlarge this lovely piece, it will certainly be worth their while. I love that you've done it in black and white and if you knew me well you would know that there is no better choice for me than black and white, unless it's black and white with a touch of red. Brilliant. Thanks so much for joining in.

AliMayes said...

This is so effective and what a great quote too!
Ali xx

Femmy said...

love it!! great collage!!

Terri Kahrs said...

Awesome piece, Elizabeth! Love the graphic quality of the black and white - so appropriate! Exciting layout too. Have a super weekend! Hugs, Terri

Kelly said...

beautiful charlie collage! love all the different image you used!

"MOI" Freubel said...

Clever done Elizabeth !!
So many Charlies on the background are a feast to look at.
I think that your practicing was worth while and therefore from me a HUGE aplaus !!
Bravoooo

Judy said...

The black & white tile layout is so effective, Elizabeth, your entry is a real masterpiece!
Thank you for the freebies, too.

Anne (cornucopia) said...

Great collage of his face as the background!

Chrisy said...

Black white and red look so great together don't they...this would make a fabulous greeting card...

indybev said...

This is exceptional, Elizabeth. A totally unique approach to the challenge. Great quote too!

Ozstuff said...

Wow! Elizabeth, this is absolutely stunning. I love the way you have worked that great quote into your collage of faces. This is such an interesting and creative approach. Fantastic!

Martina2801 said...

Wow! Elizabeth, this is very impressive.
Stunning work. Love your creation.