Thursday, April 01, 2010

Another Random Segment

This morning I had 12 minutes to paint and that was enough to commit to and add the circus tent. I have been wishy-washy about adding it. You know....to do or not to do. These are the moments that I am trying to just flow past. Inspiration was from the cover on this catalogue. So, with 12 minutes I painted what I could.

I'm feeling like today is Friday as I will not be at this desk tomorrow. For me, a three day weekend is going to be a most wonderful event. I will finish this painting and get on with the next one.

Thank you all so very much for leaving me such nice comments. And please, I hope you are OK with me showing just a segment at a time of this painting. It seems like a way for me to blog which I realize I have become a bit lax about.


Wishing you all a great weekend.
Sharon

14 comments:

  1. Ooo.. do I see a doily peeking through the paint? That's one of my favorite "embellishments". I like to hide them or stencil with them.
    I've really been enjoying the one-peek-at-a-time posts!

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  2. That painting is astounding especially because you painted it in twelve minutes, well done.

    This blog came up on my dashboard because I am following you and I am happy I am because you work is great,

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  3. OMG! Sharon/Norah, what you did in 12 min is amazing. I think of you often while painting the naiad that I have on my blog! I wonder what Sharon/Norah would do....should I ask? ugh, I am trying to paint waterlillies and I don't have a waterlilly napkin!!! I am fudging and learning as I grow. Also, I wonder have I done too much? Am I ruining this? Onward! Wow 12 minutes...I am impressed!

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  4. 12 minutes and yet you show such intriguing snippets. Norah is such a tease!

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  5. Oh, beautiful, I love the lacey part in it...and 12 minutes! Jeepers you are fast! The little peeks are cool, I hope we can see the whole finished thing at the end though. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Very enticing, I'm looking forward to seeing the whole deal.

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  8. You keep us hanging on! I am loving it so far...can't wait to see the big reveal.
    Happy Easter!

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  9. Like pieces of a puzzle...can't wait to see it all put together! Your vision and imagination is endless....love to see it as it develops....12 minutes!!!

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  10. Hi Sharon, I love when a painting makes me suck in my breath immediately, and that is what this 12 minute piece did for me. I adore your colors and could immediately see that circus in there. I love it!

    Thanks for playing along on my blog btw!;)

    Lorrie

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  11. WOW this is awesome and in only 12 minutes!!! Love it!!!

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  12. I enjoy seeing bits at a time. Wonderful color and movement in your 12 min. painting. Lovely weekend to you.

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  13. I went to look at the posts that I have missed, you have been busy and these are amazing.
    I would hang these on my wall!
    Hugs, Mary

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  14. I absolutely love anything "Circus" and this is no exception!!!! WOW, makes me smile:D

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