Painted Roses For Wonderland's Heartless Queen Case

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Audra Lemke

Sunnyvale, United States

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    Slim fitting one-piece clip-on case
    Protective Lip Weight Thickness
    Yes 15g Lightweight 3/8" Single Layer


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Extracted from my artwork Painted Roses for Wonderland’s Heartless Queen

- Featured in The iPhone Zone group, March 7, 2013

Inspired by “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”. Digital painting in Photoshop, pen tool for a few objects, then some added textures, a little bit of warping and blending. All original art, not altered photographs, and textures are my own. Copyright 2011 Audra D. Lemke (a.k.a. ArtByAud)

At the Queen of Hearts’ garden, Alice met three card gardeners (Five, Two, and Seven of Spades) who curiously were painting white roses red. They had planted a white rose-tree instead of a red one, as expected by the Queen, and feared that she would cry “off with your heads!” A thorny dilemma…

Shortly afterwards, the Queen of Hearts arrived with her procession, including the White Rabbit. A croquet game is started, and the Cheshire Cat’s head appeared above Alice.

In this interpretation of the garden scene, the Queen of Hearts’s wrath destroys card after card and leaves a trail of ghostly suits – clubs (soldiers), diamonds (courtiers), and spades (gardeners), but sparing the royal children (hearts)…almost a deck of souls? In the book, Alice saves the three gardeners, but here the Queen sends ghostly 5, 2, and 7 of Spades billowing away. The Cheshire Cat appears in the sky grin first, and remains hovering, partially transparent. The White Rabbit stays by the Queen as her herald.

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