I love everything about this!!! Great work!!!
Lovely painting. It was interesting to see your thought process when you saw the picture of the towels. Thanks for sharing and teaching us to look at things in a new way.
This is just gorgeous! I love the birds!
Love it. I like the sister holding the birds best. I'm so glad that you share your talent with us.Carolyn
Simply fabulous. Love the colors used and the hands over the birds, its just all so great.
These are my favourite sisters to date - a change of colour scheme for you with the dark tones.Love the touch of red in the apples. Lovely, lovely.
Love it!I washed towels and stitched birds this weekend....does that count?
Sharon,This is lovely, I like the different color scheme too. There are so many elements that add to the beauty of this piece.Kate
Hauntingly beautiful Sharon! Watching your "works in progress" are so inspiring and such a creative encouragement!Have a sweet week!Lani
Love this! I hope you will offer prints of this, it would be a great present for my son.
Inspired! The sisters are right in season aren't they?Darla
I have been waiting to see the finished project. It's gorgeous. They look like neat sisters. Your pictures have so much depth. I just love your work.
Love It, Love it, Love it!!!!! Hugs~ Missy
I especially love these sisters. I've been anxiously awaiting their debut. I knew they would be magical, and you did not disappoint! They have such an eerie beauty, and I have to say they remind me of our cozy coven at the haunted house at Sleepy Hollow (minus one witch and a wizard).
I love that this is dark, kind of gothic. You make towels into birds, great imagenation. I guess the word haunting comes to mind. Happy Fall, Mary
I came back for a closer look. I love how you used the text in the bird sisters clothing. Very cool!
Hi Sharon, Awesome work !!!!!!!I enjoy your blog so much, thanks for sharing.Hugs, Laura.Can't wait to see what is next.
Oh my, Sharon! I love your witchy sisters!!! They are gorgeous! smiles...
I love seeing the process or the source of inspiration... from towels to witchy sisters cradeling birds. Very inspiring for me! Thanks for sharing. :)
I'm not really a fan of Halloween, but I love this painting, Sharon/Norah. It's mysterious and beautiful. Thanks for sharing with us!!!
Sharon I have never been into Halloween, but I LOVE this piece...most especially those fabulous black crows!!!
This is a wonderful painting! I don't have your talent for painting people. I'm hoping to find some time soon to practice.If you have a moment, swing by my harvest gathering. Don't forget to bring your pumpkin!
Oh Sharon......your best ever! They just keep getting better:D Absolutely love this!!!!
Your painting is absolutely stunning. Love everyting about this, the sisters, the birds, the color scheme, all the little details and your composition brings it all together beautifully. Fabulous!!!Enjoyed the visit today...
Great work Sharon, your sisters have such beautiful eyes and faces.
You so need to do a video/virtual class on how to paint faces. I would be FIRST in line and I promise you, I would pay attention! Sisters with presents...Love the "sisters"...all of them!
sharon...oh how i have missed you art and wit...hugs, rebecca
Hi Sharon,I love your work, and this one is such a treat for the eyes, I have two sisters, so I resonate with your paintings...and this one is so sleek and ethereal. Thank you for sharing too about the towels...so interesting...you have one of the best blogs to visit, which I do regularly...xx
Hi , WOW...Thanks for the compliment re my blog...xx
This is gorgeous! Roxanne
Sharon, this is an amazing piece..what are the dimensions? I may have missed that if you posted about it. I love the beauty and lightness of their faces against the darkness of their cloaks. I super sized it to really look (as we always do :) ) and it's so dimensional and rich. I will e-mail you about this.xo Rella
Fantastic! Not your usual colors but just perfect for the Halloween season.
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