Splendor In A Plastic World
The Whiskey Woods...love it.And forward, definitely forward.
I definitely felt we were moving forward, maybe because of the light, it could be an illusion but that was my feeling. I think that it is a very lovely talent that you have here. I'm impressed and marvel at the pictures it is creating in my head for wordiness. Perhaps i shall look at it again and write a poem from the visual imagery....Just a thought, but maybe the thing to finish it would be something or someone moving forward in the forest as if following their dream, in the ethereal mood of the forest/woods.much love and hugs.Peaceful Warrior. xx
It's gorgeous, Chantel! I can almost smell the woods just looking at that!The photographer in me thinks we are moving backward. The explorer, forward.
Wow. Whatever direction it is, it is gorgeous. Absolutely beautiful.
This is amazing. Absolutely love it.
Completely gorgeous! For some reason, I get the sense of going backwards through it~
Wow, you are so talented. That picture is just gorgeous. I have a picture of woods as my background on my laptop because I love these types of pictures/paintings.
Thank you all so much, painting is definitely therapy for me--I lose track of time for hours in that place...no pain, no worries, just paint and music and the dreams in my head. Thanks again...
Way to get lost!!!....such an ethereal feeling in this painting.....and i love how we are led into the piece....really lovely!
At my age, I can barely see the numbers inside the lines that tell me what colors to use. *Sigh* Getting old sucks, sorta.
Wow, that is beautiful! Great job! I need to get back into painting...It was always my therapy too but I gave everything a little break recently so I've been missing it. You may have just inspired me to start again. =)Juliehttp://julies-thisandthat.blogspot.com/
nice...i am liking it...there is a nice depth to it...and i like the light...i hear you on it being therapy...that is what writing is for me...
Susan--thank you! You are the wizard with color, I tend to drown in variations of one shade.BamaTrav-lol I wish life was a paint-by-number at times, wouldn't that make things easier? Julie--oh, do start again! (and thank you) :)Brian--I think when I write, not such a good thing all of the time. On the other hand, your writing is rather theraputic for many, I believe. :)
OMG, OMG, OMG, that sound you might have heard is my jaw just hitting the floor. Chantel I HAD NO IDEA you were such a talented artist! This painting is utterly awesome - I love how you've captured the mists and the light in there. Wow, I could just look and look at this, it's amazing.
Gorgeous! Loved this.
Beautiful! And if you're moving backward, it may just be so you can take a running start.
Buddah & Candy--thank you so much!Mel--I like your perspective, I will attempt to rewrite my thoughts accordingly. :)
OK - so my first thought was a selfish one. I admit it. The thought was, of course, how great this magnificent work would look on our den wall in Spain. Ahhh, *sigh*You really created a masterful piece of art. So lovely, but more than that. So intriguing and compelling. A mirror of the soul.Blessings.
WOW! I could step into that...Pearl
OMg's you're so gifted-talented picture-maker...i wish to see a lot of your work later on...it's very, very nice.Keep on going^^
this painting is pensive and makes me think of the mystery of life.i can imagine this lovely, quietpainting as he focal point ofa home library.
Chantel,This is beautiful! I love everything about it.
Great light in your painting...Best regards from France,Pierre
Mary--lol, my sweet woman, I'll mail you one...Pear--now THAT is a great compliment!Fortuneteller--thank you so much.Paige--thank you, I love the quiet I felt painting this. xoPath--thank you kindly!Pierre--this painting seemed to grow as I worked...I'd been dreaming of this for weeks before I started, only I wasn't sure if I was going toward the light or away. Thank you.
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