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This is a portrait of the transgender artist Lili Elbe painted by her lover, artist Gerda Wegener, circa 1928. I have altered tone, colour and contrast in order to ensure the picture more closely resembles the original. The image is from Wikimedia Commons.

‘Lili Elbe was a trans woman. She was born a male in Denmark in 1882 and named Einar Wegener. She married Gerda Wegener: they were both painters. She changed sex and was called Lili Elbe. Elbe had several surgical operations to reconfigure her genital organs and died in the course of her fifth operation.’ [Flickr]. Click here for more information.

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If you knew just how many names I considered before settling on Drop Anchor at Sunset, you would chuckle. Even now, I might change it!

I used a public domain photograph from Wikimedia Commons – Voilier “Vents du Sud” sur le Plan d’eau du Vidourle – Le Grau-du-Roi (Gard, France)
by Christian Ferrer – as my jumping-off point. Next, I used a couple of my textures and topped it off by adapting one of Kerstin Frank’s sublime background pieces.

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Sarah


I created Sky Above, Sand Below with a monochromatic seaside scene from The Library of Congress of Trouville Beach in France between 1890 and 1900.

I layered, blended, and played with the image using a texture from Distressed Textures via Design Cuts.

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Sarah


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Sarah


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I created Screen Gold with an old piece of material (I had meant to use it on a footstool years ago). Textures are from Design Cuts and 2Lil’ Owls. Images are from EKDuncan, the Biodiversity Library on Flickr and public domain images on Wikipedia. A deal of fun was had in the process! The idea was to create a 3-sided screen-effect with a nod to the beautiful and desirable Chinese screens which were so popular in the late-19th and early 20th Century.

 

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Sarah


Long-time followers will know how fond I am of changing vintage photographs and adding a little something extra.
Vintage Notre Dame is a Photoshop-created digital adaptation of a turn of the century photograph of Notre Dame and St Michael’s Bridge (Pont Saint Michel)  The photo is in the public domain at Wikimedia and I have added two textures from Design Cuts.

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Sarah


Mint Julep © Sarah Vernon - Framed Print from Redbubble

In contrast to my last pictureFlying Colours — this image was created with just one piece of art from 1870: Jane, Duchess of Gordon,  by Daniel Gardner, a public domain picture from Wikimedia. I used a series of effects with Photoshop tools such as swirls, twirls and tiling as well as experimenting with colour filters. It was the greens of the Duchess’ riding habit that inspired me.

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Sarah

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