Monday, October 26, 2009

Castle in the Air


Sometimes it is just plain fun to doodle and imagine while day dreaming. That's what I did when I discovered this face in the background. We daydreamed together while I dripped pearls from her pink hair and thought about her story.
When I finished, I looked up "daydream" in my thesaurus and found "Castle in the air" listed. What a perfect title for her story.
Expect daydreams,
Sharon

20 comments:

  1. This looks EXACTLY like my daydreams. But most of your work does, Sharon. The beauty and serenity imbued in your art is the stuff of pure fantasy.

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  2. Oh, look at the little mermaid collecting pearls! And the colors... and her day dreaming face. I totally love her.

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  3. Another lovely one - how do you find the time? I cannot let go in my visual journaling and find yours so stimulating.

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  4. Another lovely one - how do you find the time? I cannot let go in my visual journaling and find yours so stimulating.

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  5. Such a pretty that art work is, and daydreaming is very important.
    I so like that pink abstract hair.
    I am glad you find the time, but if your mind is there with the art and the thoughts it has to be put down.

    Such fun, I was looking in the garbage in the kitchen waste, and saw that my husband had cat the woody top of a kohlrabi, it had a very interesting look of lines and knobs, I thought what a great perishable stamp, I took it down to the art room and quickly made designs on cloth and paper, it has the look of mophead hydrangea. If I do lines with permanent marker it would be zinnia or mum. That's what I learned yesterday. Today I learned that I can cut a stencil of a blue heron for my art quilts.

    I want to see faces, I look all the time, I am sure my husband can see faces of beautiful women in the trees, I can't see them. However he can't see the angel in the cracked concrete on our old silo. She even has a halo.

    thank you for all your lovely, inspirational blogs. Emelie

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  6. Sharon, I beliecve you are transending...leaving us all behind...your doodling is museum masterpieces...
    xox, Lisa

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  7. She is absolute wonderful, Sharon. I love your colors in your paintings. They are happy.

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  8. Gorgeous!! I love the softness and the dreamy colors--You always inspire me.

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  9. She is really fun and you have to love pink hair!

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  10. Once again you leave me amazed with your art.

    Your title reminds me of our 4th St. visit. Did you happen to stop in the shop there called "Castle in the Air?". Here's a link to their site if you or anyone wants a peek.

    http://blog.castleintheair.biz/

    Darla

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  11. I just got caught up on blog posts...I love love your gut art..I left you a comment on yesterday's. Wow!

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  12. I just love looking at your art. Thanks so much for sharing with us "strangers" You are so inspiring.

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  13. Beautiful, gorgeous work! Gotta try that deconstructed foam brush.

    Question: what do you use to write on your art?

    ~magick~
    Melissa

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  14. Wow, I love your work! It's awesome!

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  15. love the hair! you are just growing growing growing! hope you make some pieces like this to sell! i'll be your first buyer

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  16. You never let me down, these are lovely. Whats next????
    Hugs, Mary

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  17. Wow!!! So beautiful... and very happy colours... I love it ;-)

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