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Where the Wild Things Are by Sarah Vernon

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Inspired by Maurice Sendak’s seminal novel for children, Where the Wild Things Are, published in 1963, “There is no such thing as fantasy unrelated to reality.” (Maurice Sendak)

This picture was created by blending together several different photographs of mine featuring an orange silk sari with gold leaves. I then gave it an overlay of green. Yes, as ever, I was working in Photoshop!

Wikipedia: ‘The book tells the story of Max, who one evening plays around his home making “mischief” in a wolf costume. As punishment, his mother sends him to bed without supper. In his room, a mysterious, wild forest and sea grows out of his imagination, and Max sails to the land of the Wild Things. The Wild Things are fearsome-looking monsters, but Max conquers them by “staring into all their yellow eyes without blinking once”, and he is made “the king of all wild things”, dancing with the monsters in a “wild rumpus”. However, he soon finds himself lonely and homesick and returns home to his bedroom where he finds his supper waiting for him still hot.’

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I am a freelance actress, artist and writer who has always loved creating art of one form or another. Thank you for all comments and forgive me if health problems prevent me from always replying.

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  • leonie7
    leonie7over 3 years ago

    What a stuning image just love the green so beautiful a Magical Forest and wonderful Story love this lee

  • Thank you so much, Lee!

    – Sarah Vernon

  • Josephine Pugh
    Josephine Pughover 3 years ago

    Beautiful textures and colour! I love the mystery, and the book too!

  • I’m thrilled you like it so much, Josephine. Thank you!

    – Sarah Vernon

  • JUSTART
    JUSTARTover 3 years ago

    fab work

  • Bless you – thanks!

    – Sarah Vernon

  • LoneAngel
    LoneAngelover 3 years ago

    beautiful creative work

  • Thank you again! I really appreciate your visit and comments.

    – Sarah Vernon

  • Miesha
    Mieshaover 3 years ago

    Beautiful and spooky, wow.

  • Thank you, Miesha, for your visit and comment – much appreciated.

    – Sarah Vernon

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