Jun 1, 2013

dc: Key


night
and
day 


a Key
to serenity
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yes we do have these colorful rocks here in Montana:



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painting landscapes is new to me
i had so much fun with this one

for me the wilderness of Montana
is 'key'
to serenity
inspiration
joy
and 
life in balance
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sharing this with a wonderful group of artists
hosted by: Renilde

to treat yourself to a visit at her wonder-full blog
and find the other artists sharing
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31 comments:

  1. Your inspiration is wonderful, needed to live ...
    Your art fascinates me because it is always bound to a ray of hope and life.
    This is wonderful!
    A kiss dear friend ...

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  2. dear Tammie Lee, your sweet, little tipi with a landscape of its own against that mighty mountain and the colorful rocks( can't believe how beautiful they are), a dream to me but you actually live in that place,
    ofcourse, this is a key to serenity,
    thank you, xx

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  3. great great!
    You know I thought: cool, tipi and key, I really love it together. It is a very nice and wise interpretation of the theme!
    And the colors are just beautiful.
    x Stefanie

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  4. Tammie Lee,
    Serene... You have definitely achieved that with your colours, control of the watercolour paint and the composition. My favorite part is the colourful rocks, the make my eyes dance through the landscape! Well done!
    Renee

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  5. Lovely!
    xx

    Johanna, Sweden
    ART FASHION

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  6. What a great landscape you 've painted. Love the tipi tents in both of them. And the collourful rocks are so beautyful here we only have grey rocks. And no mountains. Have a nice weekend.
    Liefs, Melanie
    Ps. Thanks for the link

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  7. Hi, Tammie, I like your painting (I would say, a Japanese composition, you know, very few items up and down almost everything, very good) thanks for your comment!
    do you know where I live, we have rivers, with clear and transparent waters, and you see beautiful shining stones under water, but when you take it out and dried, they lose a little beauty
    hopefully not the case in Montana!
    I wish for you a beautiful weekend :)

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  8. I still cannot get over the beauty of where you live, Tammie!

    Truely a place to be inspired each day, just from looking out the window or going for a walk. Those rocks are super pretty in all their colors. And I just love your painting in the deep greens and gorgeous blue of the sky, to the details of the rocks. Love the tipi's in the distance too.

    I always feel such sunshine and hope in your lovely drawings and take my time to look at all the details you add to them. You are awesome, my friend. *sending hugs and wishing you a wonderful weekend.*

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  9. OOOOOOOOHHHHH! I really love this.

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  10. Very soothing for the soul
    Love the fishes :-)

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  11. Wow these colors are real! How beautiful they are! For me landscapes are a lil weird to paint...don´t know why...I have to to it more often maybe :) Love the tent...so dreamy ♥ Conny
    http://piaromsartjournaling.blogspot.de

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  12. Mountains and wild spaces are also key to my happiness Tammie. Beautifully done !

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  13. I have always dreamed of living in a Teepee, Tammie, and think yours are just perfect. Montana is such a beautiful state - just where I would love to camp. Wonderful work! -sus

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  14. those colorful stones!!!!
    i can understand that such
    a landscape is a key
    to serenity and a life
    in balance
    your drawings bring me joy

    love
    Patrice A.

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  15. i like your tiny fish! ooooh, and yes! the tiny coloured montana rocks!

    you know, even the word montana, it conjures up all sorts... but the funniest note is we have a tearoom here in town, which is called montana. exists already from the seventies... okay, so it's changed alot, but i have childhood memories.
    i KNOW montana for real is so much better!! it looks won-der-ful!
    n♥

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  16. wow Tammie I love this piece so very much!

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  17. I love, love, love these two paintings Tammie... love, love, love to you.x

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  18. Hi Tammie, first thanks for stop by at my blog, it's a pleasure to see all your artwork, those colorful stones are killing me of cuteness, you are such an amazing artist :)

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  19. I like tthose rocks - real and in the paintings. it's too bad we don't have those where I am.

    hope you have a sweet day.

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  20. oh .... i love youR paintings. the colouRful Rocks. and youR inteRpRetation. so tRue.
    joyful. käthe.

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  21. both are soooooooooo lovely Tammie!!!Yesto paint nature is not easy-)))
    You are here
    http://pinterest.com/christagreece/blog-friends/

    wish you a lovely week
    love
    Christa

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  22. I like your paintings and the idea of the wilderness as a key. And I like it, that you have a tipi in it, a house without a key ;-)

    Meike ♥

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  23. i feel the balance in your painting and the inspiration of nature around you. beautiful!

    thank you for your words @ my blog ♥

    tatjana ♥

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  24. Oh what joy- and colorful paintings one can see how you transfered the stunning beauty of nature around you into delightful paintings.
    xo Barbara

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  25. i am in awe of those colourful rocks!! i had never seen anything like it before...you're blessed :)

    Love xx

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  26. Ohh, dear Tammie,
    yes, that landscape is a key to serenity!.. and power I think. And even softness like in your painting and colourful as that stones :)
    Beautiful!

    May I invite you to the next dc? I am your hostess

    Best,
    Ariane of Rose

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  27. Your teepee landscapes are great! And I love the photo of the colorful rocks, too. Montana is definitely a beautiful place. Both my grand daughters were born there.

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  28. I'm in love with your paintings! they are really a key for serenity for me! :-) mano
    you live in a wonderful landscape!

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  29. Your landscapes are gorgeous and the coloured rocks are astonishing! I wouldn't have believed it unless I'd seen your photo! You should do more of these, you have captured the feel of the place so well.xx

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  30. Yes, of KEY import, where you live is beautiful and spiritual and I feel harmonious just looking at your paintings and of course, the photos. It is a skill you have for the landscape painting. I hope you do lots more. These are awesome! N, x

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  31. Wow! I have never seen such colourful stones in nature!! Stunning! And so is your painting! Great interpretation of the theme!

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