February 4, 2013

* Mary, Mary, quite contrary ...

I know nothing more than I did yesterday. She seems to be the strong silent type. All I know is she wanted the heart she's carrying made bigger and the sheep demanded hearts around their necks. They've been fun to paint. Lots of personality and cheeky too.  My favorite Scottish sheep - well, my version anyway. Didn't get to far today - however progress is being made. Here she is. Perhaps she will talk to you.  HA!


To Marie - yes I am sorry we were piglets!  Next time we will leave you some nibbles.  Lebanese food too ... sorry about that!

Thanks for dropping by.  Let me know if you hear anything.  The rest of the week I have some commitments which will take me away from the studio - so perhaps she will get lonely and want to talk by the time I get back.  Take care.  Go create something magnificent!

This is the true joy of life, the being used up for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one.
George Bernard Shaw

  

8 comments:

  1. You are on a roll, Donna, creating angels!

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  2. Her name is Mary, it's a start :) She'll be a lovely as her other sibblings, Donna!

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  3. Lovely...just lovely.....like all your other paintings.

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  4. Yaaaay! I love sheep! Can't wait to see her when she is done. Beautiful!

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  5. Warming hearts for those in love carried by the sheep to remind Mary that love is all around us.

    Hugs,
    C

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  6. Well I don't know why she is not talking to you, but i do know I too was painting yesterday and my figure insisted on a big heart on it's chest too! Maybe she is just spreading love and happiness :D XXX

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  7. I love Mary, and the hearts around the sheep's neck are a nice touch! Hugs, Valerie

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  8. Wow Donna! I love the sheep! :) This is going to be my fave painting of yours. I can tell. :)

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