Sunday, May 18, 2008

Sister Visit

"Follow the Leader"
The Sisters Reunion continues.
They still have so many memories to share.
On this day they talked about one of their favorite games and decided to go to the garden and play.
She always got to be the leader but that was OK, they loved her for that.
They dreamed so many dreams while in the gardens. I guess that is why their dreams are always right there just like a beautiful butterfly flitting about and landing on their sleeve.
One more thing. About the little queen, well one of her fondest memories from home was always dreaming about growing up to be a queen or a princess at the very least. She was always pretending.

18 comments:

  1. Another beautiful Sisters painting! And... I so enjoy your little stories.

    Thank you for your kind comment :-) ARTitude Zine will be taking a break from publication but no doubt it will come back in one form or another.

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  2. Sharon this is so beautiful. I love the softness of it.
    Alison

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  3. Yay! the sisters are back. I love the cuppola crown. Where's that darn spell check?

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  4. clapping at faerieluna!!! The sisters, in their beautiful white summer dresses frolic and enjoy the new flowers......so lovely and delicate. Are some of these new faces?

    Loving this journey you are on.

    xo Rella
    P.S. and yes, you will be invited to the Opening Night of the Theater...I shall prepare the invitations...

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  5. They look magical. It is amazing how you continue to mine this vein of art and come up with something new and wonderful.

    Darla

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  6. Hi Sharon! So nice to see you over at my blog... thanks for dropping by. I LOVE this painting. It's quite gorgeous. The shots below of playing dress up in the gloves are great and I see some gorgeous peacock feathers and illustrations in there too... how nice!

    Have a wonderful week.

    Holly

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  7. Oh Sharon,
    Those sisters are gorgeous! I so love the way you use bits and pieces of the house on the bodies and the small butterfly wings just make me smile! You are so talented!
    Have a wonderful week.
    Blessings,
    Sandy

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  8. The Sisters are as lovely as a Spring day.

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  9. Hello Sharon, I love your work. I get inspire to see your art.
    Lore

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  10. Sharon, I don't know if I sent you my address for the spring ATC swap! If you need it, please email me at robinomayberry (at) yahoo (dot) com. Can't WAIT to see your cards!

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  11. Amazing!...I love all the Sister's paintings and hope there will be lots more...
    Brenda

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  12. Hello Sharon,
    I love this piece and so enjoy your art! There is a whimsical wonderful feeling, just magic.


    I don't know if you enjoy memes, but I've tagged you for a totally optional one at my blog

    Tammie

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  13. Oh!! Just love it! I love that all of them have a little piece of the house in some way - it resides in them...each taking a different piece of home:)
    Love the one with the tiara!! If I had to take part of my own childhood house with me..and wear it on my head...I think it would have to be the driveway ( that wouldn't make a very pretty tiara at all now would it?) Seems like we were always shoveling it....a big circle drive..made of gravel - terrible to shovel. Maybe my tiara would just be a ring of gravel with small snow shovel sticking out at the top for ornamentation….hehe! *Yep, I’m most definitely liking YOUR choice for a tiara much much better;)

    I just love the sisters series….can’t wait to see more
    Debra

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  14. Your Sisters paintings are incredible. I'm in awe of your work. You are always an inspiration to me. Love, Wyanne

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  15. This is so beautiful! They are so serene and the painting has such a wonderful dreamy feeling to it. I admire your work so much - I have book marked your blog!

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  16. Just lovely! I found your shop on etsy, I recognized your work from CPS, so I had to come by your blog to say how wonderful your paintings are! I had a few pieces published in CPS in March and have an article, 'Art at the Speed of Life' coming out in the July issue. Love that magazine, love your work!
    Pam Carriker

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  17. I love how you have added the home and touches of it...so beautiful!

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