August 24, 2013

Wuthering Heights

Another of the FITW II pieces:
Sandra did this fantastic finishing touch with the quote from Wuthering Heights:

  

Ilona made the background and I drew the lady with flowing hair...


 Now a video to remember the movie, the song and the quote:

 

27 comments:

  1. Martha, this was just one amazing travel art :-) Isn't it strange how we all seem to feel the same about it? Thank you for letting me play along with you!
    Ilona xx

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  2. I love the faces you have been doing lately!

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  3. Stunning!! I love this one!!!

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  4. Beautiful, love the addition of the quote!

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  5. How romantic.. I am so sorry I have been out of the loop, I miss you and your art too.
    So nice to see you! Please tell me what Wurthering heights. Is it a movie in the States?
    Come visit me again.

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    1. No, it is not from the US, it is n British writer, Emily Brontë. It is really a terrible sad story, and was not well accepted in her time. But as a dramatic movie (and the song particularly) it is recommended as a classic now. :oD

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  6. NO WAY!!!I was just listening to this song in my car today. I love Kate Bush!! I agree it is such a sad story, but it's a great movie.

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  7. Lovely piece that you created together! Valerie

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  8. This is magical!Wutherings Heights is one of my favourite bookks!Happy PPF and hugs from Brazil!

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  9. Oh I love this, addition of the quote makes it even more haunting.

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  10. Great travel art, love how it is evolving. xox

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  11. Oh a wonderful blast to the past. brilliant art ayala! HPPF and a wonderful weekend to you!

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  12. Love this Martha. Nicely done.:)
    gloria

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  13. Oh I love how this piece turned out...what a gorgeous compilation!!

    Hugs Giggles

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  14. So cool! Love how it turned out! Happy PPF!
    Heather Santos
    Sparrow's Journey Blog

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  15. beautiful! And thanks for the video. How can it be I've never seen that movie??

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  16. this brings back memories. i even looked up the film but only found the 1930 lawrence olivier version and the current one. did i imagine i saw it as a child? love the collaborative art.

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  17. I read that book in the 3rd grade - loved it. Read it more than once as a matter of fact. That collaborative portrait is wonderful.

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  18. ahhh so romantic. What a fun piece for you. I love the hook up with the book/movie. Blessings, Janet PPF

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