Saturday, April 19, 2008

Sisters Sharing


Stringing Dreams and Memories
12 X 12
There is a story in my head about these sisters. But I just can't seem to say it right now. It is about how the sisters each have dreams as beautiful as butterflies. Of course they still carry the memories they took from the big house. They meet near the poppy garden to share dreams and memories with each other. With a beautiful poppy colored silk ribbon they take turns
Stringing Dreams and Memories.
Enough for now,
Sharon

13 comments:

  1. A lovely story and beautiful painting, Norah ~ :)

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  2. Sharon love these sisters
    Alison

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  3. WHat a beautiful painting and sentiment!

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  4. I don't have a sister and I always wondered what it would be like to have one. Now I get to live in your world of sisters.

    BTW, Sunday is quite here so I put together a little give away.

    Darla

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  5. Quite? Should have been quiet. Maybe I need to go read a dictionary.

    Darla

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  6. this is gorgeous, I think I would like to meet at the house and wander about the poppies.

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  7. All our lives are intertwined....that's what this says to me for whatever reason.

    Great piece my dear........bravo!!!

    xo Rella

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  8. The sisters' story is off to a beautiful start! I wonder what memories they share?

    Lovely painting!

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  9. THis is a beatuiful piece of the sisters and I love how you tell a story with them...I just know they are going to have lots more dreams and memories together....
    Hugs
    Brenda

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  10. Norah, when you sell your creations do you send the story of each painting with them? Perhaps there is an illustrated book in this..
    Love your fresh colours here.

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  11. Beautiful? Will you be selling this one???

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  12. Love your new sisters painting. You just do such beautiful work.

    Kate

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  13. HI Norah....This piece is just breathtaking. Your work just continues to grow with such vulnerability and fresh beauty! Congrats on your beautiful gallery show and many continued blessings!
    Take Good Care
    Lani

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