Feb 11, 2014

Wings for Ears


 wings for listening
more deeply
with love

Montana Lake rocks, tiny icebergs
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thank you Alaya for being our wonderful host!
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15 comments:

  1. I love the blue and orange! Lovely painting and great concept!

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  2. What an unique idea about wings for ears so people can hear with their hearts.. I know a few young people who could use the wings!


    A very intriguing background. How did you create it?

    Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving such supportive comments! You make my heart smile!

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  3. I love the wings, what a beautiful face you have painted. Valerie

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  4. Beautiful pictures - both of them.
    Love the girl - and the background is fantastic :)

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  5. Oh wow, that background is amazing! Love it!

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  6. Loving your wonderful wings for ears portrait, so beautiful. Annette x

    http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

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  7. Hi Renee,
    I believe the background was either torn up pieces of napkin or tissue paper glued town with mat medium. After it dried i put gesso over it, most likely scraping it off with an old credit card. I often will put old paint and pretty or interesting papers in a journal and then they are ready whenever I want to make something. So it was a while ago that i prepped this page.

    thank you all for your lovely and supportive messages!

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    1. Okay. Thanks for the tip. It is my pleasure to leave
      comments and to read your's. Thanks for the light you sent to my dad! How thoughtful you are!

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  8. She's beautiful and has the look of an old bisque doll. The opposite colors of blue and orange are very pretty. I enjoyed seeing the tiny icebergs.

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  9. What a wonderful idea! She is beautiful and I love her wings.

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  10. Beautiful forms and colors! I see a deep connection (forms and colors and aura) between the woman and the photo of tiny icebergs.


    (P.S: My Google-tanslator still does not work, My son could not find out the reason why, Maybe some problems in Google, sorry....)

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  11. She is divine...beautiful and healing..I love the sense of textural bliss in this piece..very sensory and colorful!
    and wowness..gorgeous photo..you are amazing and inspiring..your nature shots always spark my soul!
    Victoria~

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  12. I love the way you colored her. The message of deep love she carries is especially beautiful. Inspiring. :)

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