I love this painting!! I just ordered that Daniel Smith special - so exciting!
I've always thought of you as one of those people who know secret things about the woods and the creek and trees and fairy places.
Beautiful piece. And I love the quote.
Oh. this IS a lovely piece!
love her - the composition and the quote is perfect!
Quote and composition are so perfect together. That's a very cool way to inspire your own inner secrets, Lynne.Thanks for the Daniel Smith tip. Using the watercolor ground could be a whole lot of fun.
Dear friend, where do I begin????? That blue, that yellow, that FACE, that brilliant Rilke quote. Each alone is enough to make me love this post. But together! They take my breath away (in a very, very good way!!!) and are the perfect beginning to my day. Fabulous!I'm zooming over to Daniel Smith now. Thanks for the tip!xoxoxo
Always a delight seeing your pages Lynne! Got inspired by you and started a "face" book and mentioned you here http://studio48tango.blogspot.com/2011/08/woyww-116.htmlThanks for the DS note too!
oh there young aloneand when we find Another sensitive to Secrets -REJOICING!
I have a nice collection of Daniel Smith watercolors and I can vouch for the fact that they are unlike any other watercolors, jewel tones, deep warms, brights. Quite sumptuous and the only issue is you will want too many!
I certainly would like to spend a few days in that tower...xxjulie
oh my that quote... soooo true... we each one know secret things eh?xox
oh Lynne, I love this piece. and I love this quote.... makes perfect sense to me, as if there is any sense to secret things and magic.
I feel a departure into the deep here, the cloudy world of mystery. I am with baby here. I see the delicious comfort of brilliantly coloured blankey (we all need cheering sometime) and feel the sustenance from her bottle (ah to be nourished by the mystery of secret things!)I have always felt this way. Thank you to Rilke for saying it out loud and you for rebroadcasting it!
Beautiful quote and lovely fragments to go with it. Thanks for sharing the Daniel Smith offer. They are my favorite watercolors, so I ran over to get the sample sheet.
What comes to mind is "There are fairies at the bottom of the garden" when looking at the painting and Rilke's words. Love it infinitely!I'm going to try casein next. xxoo Colette
This is so lucent and pretty. I hope your 5 days away was lovely!
Beautiful, the quote, the art, the tower!! you have been so busy lately, and I have missed your! It must be almost fall by Rush Creek? And are you still walking in it barefoot? sending love, roxanne
beautiful , reminds me of an old russian feeling... (Not that I have ever been there!)and I finally finally got you on my blog list ... very happy about that too !
Good find! Thanks to Theresa that I am here. Looking forward to seeing and hearing more. I do a pretty good line in doodle faces that I have always fancied exploring. Book painting could be the way. Do you draw with you non dominant hand cos that's just the way you have always drawn or as a way to by pass the left brain?
Gorgeous piece! The blue pattern just drew me in!
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