Sunday, November 1, 2009

Alice Lisa

Happy November! Hope you all had a great Halloween! I think I devoured ate too much chocolate, if that's even possible.

Last month I shared one of my submissions for Somerset Studio The Art of Paper and Mixed Media here. This happens to be not only another submission, but also the third collaboration with the hubby, Marc!

Just in case you didn't know, the submission request was for an "Alice in Wonderland Theme" due out in the March/April 2010 issue. And since the much anticipated movie from Tim Burton is also coming out, they asked us to "feel free to interpret Alice through Tim Burton's eyes".

And to finish off our third collaboration idea, we were surely inspired as well by Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa aka La Gioconda, hence was created...
"Alice Lisa".

Thanks again for all your touching support & comments! We really appreciate it! And if you haven't already, the poll for our next collaboration is still on my sidebar.

Creative Blessings,
Marc & Lisa :)


  1. Oh I adore that pic.So sweet and lovely.I love the eyes on both the cat and her.Shes just simply beautiful.Have a great week ahead lisa!

  2. Wow what a fantastic idea and a wonderful painting!!! You are so clever!!! Love the cat too!

  3. So cool! And she's just gorgeous too. They must put her in!

  4. Oh my! How much do I love this painting?! Esp. her sly secret little smile--you just know she's eaten the Eat Me cake and drunk the Drink Me bottle! And the Cheshire cat...where can I get one of those? He has such wonderful eyes and what a grin!
    Kudos on another gorgeous Alice. I want to go and reread the book all over again.

  5. She is lovely..and the cat is captivating! Your collaborations really bring out the best in your art! I love this one in particular! WOW!

  6. Wow Lisa!
    This is a brilliant interpretation of the submission request! I think "Alice Lisa" is absolutely beautiful - the colors, the period look, the detail, the eyes!!!!! both on Alice and the cat!

    You and hubby are obviously an inspiration to each other. :-)

    Warmest wishes,

  7. somehow i missed this post. it's very creative, very cool!

  8. ooooh Lisa! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE THIS!!! It's GORGEOUS!!! What a clever idea to do an "Alice Lisa"! You and the hubby make such a great team! The soft, muted colors you used are so pretty, and aside from her lovely face, she's got the prettiest arms and hands!...and that cat is too adorable! He's got the best eyes, and I love his toothy grin! I really hope this gets published Lisa, it's really BEAUTIFUL!!!! Good luck, Sweetie Pie! fingers are crossed!

    Kindred Hugs Always,
    Paulette :):):)

  9. A *B*I*G* Thanks to all of you for your touching messages! It really means so much!

    Kindred Hugs,
    Lisa :)

  10. Lisa,hi I received your gorgeous gorgeous art print yesterday.The little goodie was adorable as well.I cherish those and Im so lucky to have them!God Bless!

  11. WOW, Lisa, this is fantastic!!! She is wonderful!
    Please, come and visit my blog, I have something for you.
    Lots of love, Sanda xx

  12. Beautiful Lisa, a mona alice, fabulous!

  13. Lisa I totally knew immediately that is was the Mona Lisa. So fantastic. I love it.

    Renee xoxo

  14. Sweet Lisa I am sorry to hear about the passing of your Mother. I know you are right, totally right, just sometimes you feel like that.

    Love Renee xoxo

  15. Thank you so much for you kind comment. It's small things like that that keep me going. And you don't need me to tell you this but your Alice Lisa is Brilliant!

  16. This is fabulous Lisa!! I love her eyes and of course the cat!! Awesome!! xo

  17. Wooow! This is lovely - and so cool, too!! I love it!! :))

  18. How did I miss this Lisa???????? It's gorgeous!
    I just read Renee's comment and I too, am sorry for your loss :(

  19. Hi Lisa!

    LOVE this piece and hope you are having a happy weekend!

    SpOOky Best,
    Chris (-:

  20. !!! This is GREAT! I've had so much fun catching up with you! Your kindred cuties are stink'n adorable! As always, love all the texture you use too!
    Thanks Lisa! It is always a treat to visit you! :)




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