Apr 3, 2015

DC: Key


 the key
to her balance
became an Elixir of:
joy
intention
love
and 
being with what is
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I was going through my photos with doors and key holes
 I took this photo while visiting my sister in Italia
I wonder what the key that opens this door looks like!
Some day i will draw this door....


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last week i started this piece for our pollinators theme
just finished it last night

i know the bee looks huge
but it only wants pollen
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and speaking of key:
how mushrooms could hold the key to life 
article and film
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This weekend our lovely host is Veronica,
thank you Veronica!
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29 comments:

  1. Maravillosa inspiración!
    Un abrazo Tammie!!!

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  2. Wonderful art and I so love this door! great!
    xxx
    Susi

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  3. adorable pictures. :-)

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  4. Oh my!!! That door is fascinating!!! Love the art you've shared this week also ♥ Enjoying spring here finally ♥♥♥♥

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  5. Oh, I LOVE your balancing friend! She has found the key to tranquility. Her shading is wonderful, and she's truly beautiful. And your second beauty makes me smile. She has a great collection of springtime friends. Bleeding hearts! I remember the bleeding hearts I used to have in my garden. They filled me with delight every spring!

    I just watched the video. Haha! Oh boy, was I doing it wrong. I didn't even realize that the front pulled out! Well, their technique will be extremely helpful for sharpening brand new pencils, otherwise I would be sharpening for an hour. :) Thanks again! xoxoxo

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  6. i love the 'being with what is' Tammie, and the green on which she is standing.
    doors, old houses, they keep inspiring me too, beautiful,
    happy easter x

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  7. I see weaving in that door....it's a beauty!

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    1. of course you saw weaving! that inspires all sorts of thoughts.

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  8. Love the balancing girl! That's what I need to do more of. The other day I couldn't hold the tree pose to save my life! Did you try to open that beautiful little door? Oh, I'd be so very tempted! X

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    1. Veronica, i did not even realize that i had drawn tree pose, thanks for pointing that out. Yea, another yoga pose shows up. thank you for hosting.

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  9. Ha Tammie keep balance in your life that is art !!
    your picture is beautiful!
    Also the small Spring fairy with spring messenger on her toe .... so beautiful !!
    Old houses and old doors curiosity ... and I would also like inside.
    Tammie wish you happy Easter days
    Greetings Christiene.

    Ha Tammie in balans blijven in je leven dat is kunst!!
    je tekening is prachtig!
    Ook de kleine Lente fee met de lente bode op haar teen....zo mooi!!
    Oude huizen en oude deuren maakt nieuwsgierig... en wil ik ook graag naar binnen.
    Tammie wens je vrolijke Paasdagen
    groetjes Christiene.

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    1. thank you Christiene, I would like to go inside too, I didn't even think of opening the door. I think it was private ;-)

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  10. Your drawings have such sweet freedom to them. Very happy! And I am WILD about that door! Fabulous find.

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    1. thank you so much Jeanie!

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  11. Ich bekomme Gänsehaut, wenn ich diesen Text lese und ihre schönen Bilder dazu sehe. Gänsehaut bedeutet bei uns, dass man friert vor Ehrfurcht und Faszination. Wunderbar.

    Ein lieber Gruß
    von der Waldameise

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    1. such a lovely message, thank you so much.
      i like that thought: Goosebumps with us means that you freeze in awe and fascination.
      thank you.

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  12. I love the balancing girl - if her keys are as you describe them, no wonder she balances so perfectly! The photo of the door id very cool, too - it looks so ancient!

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  13. Balance means to be in best contact with her inner midst and the midst of the Universe. Dear Tammie, this drawing and thoughts are wonderful vibrations and fit so nice to Easter, the feast of resurrection: HE is the key, He will open in LOVE the door of her best balance - what a miracle!

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  14. Nice to see how you always succeed to make a balance in youre drawings. Your Elixir must be the key!

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  15. Yes, the key is balance, which your beautiful young woman is displaying perfectly.
    Elixar is a lovely word to say. Happy Easter to you, Tammie! xo

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  16. the itilian door is exciting, very mystic.
    She is such a happy girl to have found this elixir!
    x Stefanie

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  17. your drawing is lovely as always
    the key to balance
    and not even with yoga clothes on
    but nicely dressed ;^))
    and
    what a beautiful door
    x

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  18. italy has so many ancient doors and padlocks, and keys. such a source of inspiration, i find. a door is anyway, and the key too. so long you draw the case of the bee, i won't complain, conscience of the importance of bees can only grow by our repetition. n♥

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  19. Oh that door would enchant Lulu, "the witches door" she would say! Your art is full of Spring joy and light, blooming!

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    1. how cute that she would day a witches door
      thanks for inspiring a smile with that!

      sweet week to you~

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  20. love the tranquility and the being one with nature that is always present in your paintings ♥

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  22. I just love your artwork ... and the words you share.
    I look forward to every new post from you ~ 'cause they're uplifting and inspiring.
    And that door: Very cool. I wonder ...
    :)

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  23. What a super painting of balance, and I do like her jacket/top very much.
    Fascinating photo of the door and stone wall.
    And yes, that is a large Bee! Love the way the butterfly is tickling her toes.
    Your paintings are full of peace and beauty and some indefinable Spirit.

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