Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Seeing blue eggs

I kept seeing a blue egg....I wonder why? And I had to see. I looked very quickly and then wiped it off.
Now it is finished for sure. I will list it in my next Etsy update.

Oh yes, there is something weird about this painting. The first face I painted (middle) and the last face I painted (bottom) are looking at me and you too, no matter where I move. But the "dreamer" is just dreaming.

Expect,
Sharon
like or not....you knew I would show

17 comments:

  1. Well I had no idea if what you were thinking, what you had to try to see if it was right, fun to see the trial of the egg.

    Funny, I had this painting done also and I kept seeing an arch in the back ground, actually a partial arch and since it was an angel, I found a scrap of paper on the artroom floor and finished the arch and it was a good idea. It was just like last week I saw fragments of a dressed woman's body in the background. I decided to bring that out a bit more also.

    My husband and I laugh a little as at times he sees images in the trees.

    We are fine here in the north mentally and physically.

    I blogged to you in blog 2 yesterday instead of blog 3, my mistake.

    Emelie

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  2. Oh, you are definitely magical! To paint a blue egg, then to erase it... like you have a magic wand. Who would have thought that you have an 'undo' button in your hands?!! I will see the blue egg forever now, but I think it's good that you didn't make it that obvious. It is indeed an unusual painting. Very interesting.

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  3. Wow Sharon this is beautiful and you are right about those eyes! I just love all the colors and the whole layout of the painting!

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  4. Hi Sharon........you are a delight and so is your blog. Love the baby bird photos and videos. You are a regular stop on my internet highway.
    LuAnn in Oregon
    http://luannkessi.blogspot.com/

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  5. You are brave in your art, I need to take what you do to heart and try new things.
    I have been so busy with other things, but with time, I hope do more and try new things.
    Big Hugs, Mary

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  6. Mary........I love your style, it speaks volumes!
    Wish we could get together and have a sharing of the minds.
    My Best To You,
    LuAnn in Oregon
    http://luannkessi.blogspot.com/

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  7. I can only say amazing - seeing images and setting them down. This evenigng I saw an alligator's head in collapsed cumulo-nimbus clouds!

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  8. I love this, Sharon--and I love that you painted the blue egg and wiped it off. Maybe I can be more courageous like you! I'll try that.

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  9. I really like this! The colors are nice and rich. Isn't amazing how eyes can do this? I'm also amused to know you saw an egg. I was thinking dew drop. They're both life affirming symbols. Then again, your work always have so much life to them!

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  10. This is beautiful. I love the faces caught in an egg. So intriguing!

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  11. Dreaming, piercing eyes, a blue egg, tulle for texture...I like this unusual piece.

    Jacky xox

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  12. I love this...I think some spirits just have to get out of you at times...and that egg...wow...it was neat to see and then disappear too...thanks for sharing.

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  13. What a tricky great piece Sharon!

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  14. Maybe they are looking for the eggs that the one is dreaming about. They are her watchers. As all your work this one is lovely too.

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  15. I love seeing the baby Birds, what a wonderful spring you are having.
    Hugs, Mary

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  16. Sharon...........I just want to thank you for taking time to do your tutorials!!!!! I haven't mentioned it before, BUT.....I have viewed them and have gotten a lot from them:) Thanks again!

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  17. Hey Sharon,
    wow! I love this painting. I think it is absolutely striking. I loved the blue egg before and after. You blow me away.

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