Saturday, May 24, 2008

Seven Sisters

Here they are. Seven Sisters ready to scatter all over the world. They will each leave with a little piece of the "big house". You know, the way you take your memories with you where ever you go. Oh yes, they also each take their "butters". For how can you go anywhere without your dreams.

I will work on listing these before I start the twenty paintings that swirl in my head. You see I received my new supply of canvases yesterday. Oh Boy!

One more thing, I expect to be painting a few more sisters to send out into the world. I'm just saying, if you feel lucky and would like to take a chance on receiving a sister in your mailbox, then all you have to do is leave me a wonderful, gushing, crazy comment. Cause I love um.
Enough,
Sharon

59 comments:

  1. You KNOW that one of those sisters must come to faerieluna and visit with Angel.........right?

    xo Rella

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  2. Hi Sharon, Since I am checking in from my sister's house while I am visiting her this week, I thought I'd "gush" over your Sister Art in the hopes I might be able to share it with her!!!
    ~Sharon (from Houston)
    http://e14stusio.blogspot.com

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  3. There are some mountains here in Sydney called the 3 sisters- very nice but I like your painted 7 sisters more. Ciao
    xo

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  4. I've been lurking since I added you to my GoogleReader, but I NEED a sister because I grew up with three stinky brothers! She'd have an excellent home with me :o)

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  5. Never having a sister of my own, I think it would be lovely to have one of yours. How wonderful that they are getting ready to go out into the world and share their stories.

    Darla

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  6. The sisters are lovely. Loved the earlier comment too about keeping a towel under the painting so you don't use yourself for blotting. Good tip! I always use my hands. Must go get a nearing sell by date towel.....

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  7. The sisters are super gorgeous! I love them all! Your talent is just amazing! I need a sister- I grew up with a brother and married a man with 3 brothers, and have 2 little boys! This house needs a girl! te he he! Hope have a wonderful weekend! You work is so inspiring!

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  8. Hi Sharon please count me in for the Sister lottery. I would love to own a piece of your work!

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  9. Always happy to give a comment. Really am inspired by your creations! Thanks for sharing.

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  10. I found your blog thru a link from another one. I never would have found you on etsy, it is so crowded there!

    Your blog is full of inspiration and your art with warm and happy feelings- you know, the goose bump kind. This ole' world needs artists like you....
    Carpe diem,
    Karen

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  11. Would be a blast to be lucky enough to have a beautiful piece in my home

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  12. Your working is so very beautiful. Each face has its own story to tell. I would love to give one a home!
    chris p

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  13. Sharon, I have been enjoying your art for a couple of weeks after finding you through another blog (can't even remember which one now.) I love your work; it is so fresh and inspiring. Please add my name to your drawing.

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  14. Hi Sharon,

    Just discovered your blog and spent several days just admiring all your beautiful work. Those sisters are so lovely...I love them all.

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  15. Hi Sharon. A dear friend, who has become like a sister to me,showed me the way to your blog some time ago.Since then I am a daily visitor because I am just as awed by your lovely work as she is.I`d love to house one of the sisters to remind me of my far away friend.

    xo Donata

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  16. How fabulous the sisters look. I am sure that there is one sweet girl that wants to come see my beach! or play with my sweet grandchildren!LOL
    Alison

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  17. I feel as if I already know them as I visit every day. Such ethereal creatures deserve a lovely home in a magical landscape - here in the Yorkshire Dales I can ofer them a home in a lovely old stone cottage in a pretty village. The pub next door is where Charlotte Bronte used to leave her manuscripts to be picked up by the mailcoach, taking her pseudonym, Currer Bell, from the Church across the road from us whose clock was endowed by the aforementioned gentleman. So with such famous sisters a short distance away, wouldn't one of yours love to visit?
    Jo :0)

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  18. Oh! I would love to win one of your beautiful sisters! -Shonna

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  19. Ya know that one of those sisters is longing to live in Oklahoma! I need a piece of your beautiful original art.
    suze:)

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  20. Hi Sharon, I check your blog almost daily and enjoy reading about the soulful Sisters and their beautiful, peaceful world. I would be honored to have a Sister to come and keep me company.

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  21. I dont need to gush, you paintings are amazing, the colour...they remind me of my sisters, 3 girls all together...sisters have a bond that never leaves, even when one passes away unexpectly, you always remember.

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  22. Hi Sharon,

    You're new Sisters paintings are beautiful! I would be HONORED to be considered for giving one of them a new loving home (Wylie, TX)! I only had a brother growing up and always wished that I had a sister. Now, I have 2 girls that are 1 year and 2 days apart, and I get to watch every day what a special bond sisters have with each other. It's a beautiful thing!

    Stacy

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  23. I could use a new happy face in my studio. Wonderful paintings.

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  24. I've read and reread all of your blog entries and love, love, love your work. I would love to have one of the sisters come live with me! :)

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  25. I am an only child, I need a sister! *^v^*

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  26. I agree with Judy your seven sisters are way more colourful than our three sisters. I adore them all, such sweet, lovely faces.
    Ro
    xo

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  27. Hi Sharon - well "lucky" is not my middle name, but I will definitely take a chance that the sisters could be mine! You know how I love your work - always inspiring and gorgeous. Here's to chance!

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  28. I am one of seven sisters, so, of course, I love your 7 sisters like they were mine. One of them must be my twin sister!!! They are all so beautiful and any one of them would certainly love to live with me.

    Thank you for providing the photos of your work. You are so talented.

    Victoria

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  29. Greetings from NYC... thanks for sharing your wonderful work through the blog...these are just lovely! The seven sisters reminds me of the star cluster Pleiades.

    Mary

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  30. Not so much on this post, but the later one on eating plums. My grandfather had a plum tree and there is nothing better than eating a plum, warm from the sun and juicy.

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  31. What beautiful paintings of the Sisters. One would look so super good hanging here in my "studio" to give me inspiration. Hope one of them makes it here to Wisconsin. Bonnie

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  32. All over the world...... so maybe one off the sisters can come over and fly to Holland..

    Ivanka:)

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  33. Your sisters are SO amazing Sharon. They totally epitomize the blogging community in that we're all connected and are sisters through out art! I ADORE that you want to share your soul and send them out all over the world!!! Beautiful and so inspired!!!

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  34. I love them every one!
    I hope they scattered all over gracing all the corners of everywhere.

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  35. i am in BUT if you see a a soulandheartdesigns buying your fabulous prints in etsy sometime this week, that's me ;-)
    mermaid me

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  36. Sharon,

    I have been out of town so I just saw this. One of your lovely sisters would love to come live in Idaho. My sister is even on the way to visit me from Michigan. Anyways I love your work and would be tickled to be chosen.

    Kate

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  37. Everytime I see your sisters, I think of all the great sister quotes out there.

    "Husbands come and go; children come and eventually they go. Friends grow up and move away. But the one thing that's never lost is your sister." - Gail Sheeny

    Love your work.

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  38. I love all of your paintings but I think the Sisters are my fav...I enjoy visiting your blog and love all of your pics of your flowers too...I would be honored to have a chance to win anything you painted.
    Brenda

    I just know the sisters would lov to travel to Florida..

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  39. Your paintings are fabulous and I would love to have one of your sisters. I love how your art tells a story. They're so inspiring!

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  40. Now, one of those sisters would be right at home in the Shop Shack...ohgreatsharonpaintqueen!

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  41. Oh, well...I'm probably too late for one of the sisters but I'll leave you a comment anyway! I love getting them as well. Your sisters are beautiful. I'm sure all 7 will find comfortable homes out in the wide world!

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  42. I love your work, Sharon, and the seven sisters are a wonderful tribute to women everywhere. We are all part of sisterhood after all. Luck has never been much on my side but I know whoever does win one of your 'sisters' will cherish her always.

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  43. Oh my goodness, Sharon... how easy it is to gush over such amazingly beautiful work. Your seven sisters are ready to go off into the world and make their way... shake things up... boogie woogie woogie!!! They will have such fun sharing their adventures with one another... giggling and such...
    Wouldn't it be lovely to send one up here... a little north... to the great plains... where the rolling landscapes and big open skies would welcome her!!!!
    It would be an honor...

    xoxox Jill

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  44. They are beautiful, as always! Your girls are always so haunting and lovely. I love your paintings!~

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  45. One day you are going to become soooo famous and you will be beckoned to travel the world over with your art.

    How's that for wonderful, gushing and crazy???

    You know I LOVE your work!!

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  46. Ok, Sharon, A wonderful, gushy comment, cuz you love them is this - and truth be told - I really mean it - Your sisters are so beautiful, so delicate, so poetic looking that seeing them puts me inside that fairytale you are living in and sometimes I really need to live in a fairytale..if only for a little while. Thank You!!! Pat at birdnestontheground

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  47. I visit your site often but have not left a post prior to this. I love your artwork...your sister series is outstanding and I would love one to come live with me. I have ben watching etsy but haven't found which sister wants to come live with me yet, perhaps you will make that first decision for me.

    Until later,
    Judy
    janhmldy@aol.com

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  48. The more I look at your Sister paintings, the more each face seems to represent a unique piece in a splendid mosaic, a personal door into the Big House, the story of which you'll tell us some day, I hope!

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  49. OK I have a sister too already, but we are countries apart, so I'd love one close by to talk to anytime of the day...

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  50. Okay, I'm feeling lucky! You know my sister and I never got along growing up so I never really knew what "sisterly love" was like until I was an adult and met a half sister for the very first time. We've been growing as friends and sisters and it's amazing at the difference in relationships and makes me long for a real relationship with the sister I grew up with.

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  51. Sharon, the sisters are beautiful...and yet ti seems sad to me that they will be separated and living apart....*sigh*....this is what happens with beautiful art -- it speaks to each individual and creates a new relationship.

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  52. I can't believe I have a chance to win one of these gorgeous pieces! I've been admiring your work for quite some time now. Your work is so beautiful and bright. I'd love to have a sister!

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  53. Your wonderful "Sisters" will travel around this world as Apostles, sharing your passion for art and life.Their message is only one-live a happy and creative journey every day!Your creative soul is contagious.
    I hope to have you as a teacher at the Cowgirl Art Fest.
    Andreea

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  54. Forgot my email
    andreea.tagla@tiscali.it
    Again, Andreea

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  55. Sharon, I have been so neglectful of my blog-hopping (unfortunately real life has to take precedent.) I have missed my morning visits with you. I love that you are still working your sisters series as I have LOVED seeing all of these works.

    The photos from the post above are so idyllic! I miss Texas!!! smiles...

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  56. I was cruising through blogland and realized I hadn't stopped by your blog for like a million years, so here I am. A little birdie told me I had to see what you've been up to. These sister art pieces are lovely (as usual). Too bad that little birdie didn't whisper in my ear a little earlier so I could have thrown my name in the hat! Keep up the good work my friend!
    xo
    jeanne

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  57. Now this is a story about 7 sisters whom lived Happily together in the House of Sharon.

    They all were estatic to here the news they they were going to have more sisters within their family.

    A lovely enchanted life they all
    lived growing up with Sharon who,
    painted their world beautifully.

    When they had become a master piece it was time to adventure out into the world and find a happy home with someone to share their life with. Whom would adore and cherish them always.

    They would miss each other through the years as they would live far from one another but they would always have each other in thought within Sharon's heart.

    I would be ever so delirious to
    have such a lovely sister as one
    of these you've painted!

    I have 6 brothers and no sister.

    God Bless Your Creative Life!!!

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  58. LOL! I see the contest is over.
    Oh well it was fun making up
    the story anyway. I got so excited to see the contest I forgot to look at the date.

    Love Your Art and Blog!

    God Bless Your Creative Life!!!

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  59. I'm late :-(

    Unfortunately I have no sisters ... I am a only daughter ... I am willing to adopt one in France in Paris...Only If you Want ......

    Your friend from FRance

    Louloupi

    ;-)

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