Inspirational People: Three Muses Challenge

Leonardo da Vinci- 1452-1519

Leonardo da Vinci- 1452-1519

This is my entry for the Three Muses challenge for Inspirational People. I look up to Leonardo da Vinci who was considered the quintessential Renaissance man. Not only was he was considered one of the greatest painters of all time, he was also known for being a sculptor and musician. In addition his interests and talents also lead him to become an engineer, inventor, mathematician, and scientist. Pretty incredible guy, and plenty of inspiration to go around for all!

Happy day to you, tell someone that has inspired you how much they mean to you! Christen

Many images came from searching the web, I added a beret to Leonardo, one that I cropped, stretched and color treated. The old map was distorted and colored, then sliced. The suitcase and wings were also distorted, cropped and color treated. The image of the old book that I used for the background came from The Vintage Moth.

6 thoughts on “Inspirational People: Three Muses Challenge

  1. What a smashing first entry! This is beautifully done, and you are a most welcome addition to our challenges. I look forward to seeing more of your talent in future challenges as well!

  2. Thanks so much for joining in our challenge with your most beautiful Da Vinci inspiration. I am so glad you found us and hope you will be back this week for another challenge.
    Your picture is beautifully crafted and the colours are wonderful. I love it!

  3. If only Leonardo DaVinci knew how many people he has inspired and for so long he would be a very proud man I think. Thank you for your entry which is a stunner, and I’m so pleased you found us and hope we see you often. Bravo.

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