Friday, May 9, 2014

Anima Sola at Aurora Wings

"Anima Sola" means "Lonely Soul", a Christian notion in some traditions, 
often depicted as a chained female figure with arms outstretched 
skyward with salvation in sight, with flames all around her.  
The original image was painted for one of the monthly themes 
at the Enchanted Visions Project (a fantasy artists group, 
where participating members paint to a pre-set theme).  
Mitzi stylized her image with poppies to hint at the flames, 
and gave the woman a look a little more despairing 
than a lot of 'Anima Sola' images out there.  
So her take was a bit more like a "Lost Soul".

This is a new image available today over at
Aurora Wings. Isn't she lovely? 

Aurora Wings is having a huge party over on their
facebook page to celebrate over 1000 members!
It's truly a testament to Mitzi's jaw dropping talent and generosity, that
she has become so popular, so quickly in the digi world and crafting community.
She is a doll to work with, and a super sweet lady. Big hugs to Mitzi.

Please stop by today and join in on the fun contests and and super
generous giveaways. It is so fun to create with Mitzi's art.
Once you try one of her digis, it'll be hard not to start an entire collection. 
Don't say I didn't warn you!!



  1. Thank you so much for creating such a stunning piece with this digi, Glo! I'm thrilled to have been able to do an extra showcase for the new release, especially during our 1K members celebration. Thank you for helping me make it happen! Big hugs, Mitzi xx

  2. wow, Glo! her hair looks like its on fire! I bet Mitzi is a real proud DT mom ;) xxx

  3. Just stunning, Glo! I ADORE the flaming red hair and gorgeous yellow poppies. Fabulous shading around the image, as well. Love, love, LOVE! xxD

  4. Wow - the colors on this are AMAZING! Love it! I feel inspired to go make a card with an Aurora image right now! Hugz! PS - I left my email address on the Haunted Design House Blog under the Gruesome Twosome winner announcement.


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