Oct 9, 2011

She became a new Season ~


inhaling
autumn's soft breeze
she
became a new season
~



Last night Bill and Rick brought me autumn's harvest from their amazing organic garden.

Yum!

Your veggies vibrate with life!

thank you !

~

36 comments:

  1. Tammie, I so enjoy seeing what goddess each week will bring: love the feather earring on this one, the spiraling swirls of dots, the way you married the poem with the picture ... and that basket of produce - oh my - vibrant, vibrating, very, very alive!

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  2. gorgeous painting, love the bright colors, vibrant and wonderfully cheerful!

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  3. hello Anno and thank you.
    the feather is a stamp i carved and now i have it to stamp here and there.

    Yes! Gorgeous garden foods.

    Lissa, many thanks for your message and enthusiasm!

    warmly,
    Tammie

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  4. Your splendid painting reflects your BEAUTIFUL spirit, Tammie!

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  5. She's beautiful... love the poetry combined, adds so much meaning.

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  6. Love the deep shadow on her face. Great work. Enjoyed the entire post.

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  7. She's very sweet! I love the dreamy eyes :) Beautiful portrait.

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  8. Beautiful Goddess Tammie. Love your color choices. I missed viewing your beautiful work, it has such a beautiful softness to it.

    Those veggies look amazing and delicious.

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  9. Love your painting. Beautiful!!!

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  10. Lovely picture, and great veggies, too - enjoy! Valerie

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  11. This is my favourite so far! The background glows with warmth and encompasses her. The shading on her face brings her to life, a lovely piece! Your basket of goodies looks amazing but what is that purple thing? (forgive my foreign ignorance!)
    Jess xx

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  12. Her face is beautiful! The shading is really good. :)

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  13. Hi Tammie
    Glad to meet you! I love the little poem that goes with your painting. The image of inhaling the soft breeze brings so many images to mind - Wow what a stunning basket of veggies - nothing better than fresh organic veggies.

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  14. She has to be one of my favorites!
    And the veggies are amazing!
    Beautiful...and....yummy post.

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  15. Your painting is so very beautiful as is the poem. And that basket of veggies is just delicious-looking!! Happy Autumn!! xoxo

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  16. I Love her and yes those veggies certainly do vibrate with life.
    much love

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  17. She looks so wise, and ready for the season. Love the colors in this one.

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  18. The bright colours and smiling face are so welcoming and complement those vegetables perfectly! Lovely Autumn!

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  19. She's so pretty Tammie, and the veggies look delish!

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  20. She is SO truly gorgeous!!!! She vibrates light. :) And look at all those wonderful veggies...enjoy!

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  21. radient colors and beautiful portrait. love the quote you added to this drawing.

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  22. Oh, Tammie! I have to say, I think this beautiful drawing is now my favorite of all. I adore what you've done with the color and line in this piece. Such wonderful harmony and warmth.

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  23. Hello, my dear Friend--once again, I have featured you and your blogs on FATuesday Artist Spotlight.

    I love your artwork, and your photography moves me to the core.

    ((hugs)) Have a beautiful day, my lovely Friend!

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  24. You have touched my heart with your amazing drawing and colors, thank you!
    I too want to become a new season....
    This basket of Autumn's gifts would make a delicious stir fry...a perfect way to become a new season!
    Sherry

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  25. Hi Tammie...oh my!!..she is my newest fave...what an enchanting essence..and beautiful quote..wonderfully meditative and spiritual..and healing..love her! I love her soft radiance and gentle spirit..

    we are such kindreds with a love for the seasonal spirits and beautiful energies they bring..this is awesome!
    HUgs
    V~

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  26. Hi Tammie, in answer to your ? about the color pencil painting. It is not watercolor pencil but just regular ones. It is the technique and layering that are suppose to make it look like it was painted instead of pencil. I will post my first two lessons on friday.

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  27. she is wonderful, such a gorgeous piece of art.

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  28. Your work just gets better and better, nice job.
    That purple vegetable... Is it a picked purple pickled pepper??

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  29. what amazing autumn bounties from the garden and your hands!!! filling the soul and body with life's seasons of grace and beauty~
    xo abigail

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  30. Thank you Tammie for your lovely comments.
    To answer your questions, I use a smooth cartridge paper and it is FW acrylic artists ink , both Daler-Rowney. As it is acrylic it drys very quickly and also becomes permanent. I use it like water colour paints, mix with other colours and thin it with water. I would just try one colour, to see if you like it, each pot has a dropper and it lasts a long time.
    The paper is 150 g/m acid free cartridge paper in a black bound book, they do many sizes. I find that ink works best on smooth paper, not so well on thicker or textured papers.
    hope that makes sense and is helpful.
    Your art work is lovely. Milly

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  31. I love this... the shadows are beautiful!

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  32. gasp gasp gasp!!!! Oh, Tamie, this is gorgeous! Such beautiful depth, and I love the colors. This may be my new favorite of yours.

    YUMMM to those veggies! Wow!

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  33. I love this one Tammie!Her golden hair and the pink background made the whole image so dreamy!<3

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  34. This is really lovely Tammie! I love the colors in this especially those swirling luminous blues.:)

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