Saturday, December 05, 2009

Time Flies



That's it, Time flies when you are having fun.

Having a lazy day here.

Making a little progress on the sketchbook.

and

Watching movies.

Expect something or other,

Sharon

13 comments:

  1. Okay Sharon, two more amazing spreads!! Love the clock numbers on the face! Your colors are all so rich!!

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  2. Delicious, awe-inspiring, sets me to shame how much you create - whilst watching movies, too! Love and hugs, A.

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  3. I LOVE looking at your artwork!

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  4. Again, absolutely wonderful!

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  5. Good morning, I feel silly as I always ocme here with a whole mouthfull of words. YOu would think I had less now, but no, the thinking and doing of art fills my mouth.

    How time rushes, your right, like quick silver. I think quick silver is mercury.

    These are lovely faces, the second piece has that feeling of time rushing for certain. My hands so in such a direction when I speak of time with a friend. I think women spend a lot of time waiting,
    I have always thought it starts most noteably when we first know of a baby coming. A retrieve of hours would be a grand gift.

    Such a beautiful journal, such inspiration, it makes me wonder, you make this progress and how far ahead is you mind to the next pages.

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  6. So true that time flies! Your artwork is beautiful!

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  7. I love the details, especially the numbers on the face! I never thought about doing that. Love the backgrounds.

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  8. Your expressions of time are just wonderful!

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  9. Hi lovey, thanks for the blog comment - love the journal, the colours are so serene. xo

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  10. Each page just gets better and better! I really like the gal on the bottom photo. It looks like she's swaying to the time or through time!

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  11. Hi Sharon,
    You are invited to come to my Blog for the FREE GIVE AWAY OF MY WINTER PRINT.
    Come read the details..
    Hugs to you.. Merry Christmas deary!
    Darlene Pringle

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