Sunday, December 19, 2010

My love of two birds

Finished and I'm crazy over the moon with the transformation from the beginning.

I'm afraid it is one of those times that I'm left without words.
♥ Sharon

25 comments:

  1. No words needed. Speaks for itself. So beautiful! Why two birds and not three? I wonder where did Norah come up with such collar? Always something very original in your art.

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  2. Oh what jubilant joy. Birds are my passion.

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  3. OMG, this is sooooo very beautiful, Sharon!

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  4. I love your two birds also and I like the way the neck of her clothing looks like bird feathers and the shape repeats in the awning overhead.

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  5. Absolutely stunning my friend. I love every aspect of this painting! So beautiful. Thank you for the inspiration!
    LOVE IT!

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  6. I also love the repeat of shapes, like that sweater and her hand, also so nice how one does not see bird number 3 right away, a surprise in a painting is such a gift in my opinion. He clothes that sleeve, that jacket had to cost a small fortune having such detail and color, yes I love the background that came into the jacket. Your people always have such good taste in clothing.

    Just wonderful and even more wonderful you feel good.

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  7. Amazing Sharon...as always! I never get tired of viewing your creations.
    Have a happy and healthy holiday.
    God bless you and yours...

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  8. quite lovely Norah, thank you for sharing.

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  9. It's fabulous! Love the little birdies and the way she is holding one in her hand....and what she is wearing...so well done...the collar reminds me of bird feathers...you continue to inspire!

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  10. Sharon this is amazing!! The colors are great and her face is so beautiful! :)

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  11. Oh I love how this transformed.

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  12. What a journey this piece has been on, but what a wonderful result! Lovely piece Sharon!

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  13. Beautiful and love the bling on the bird:)

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  14. The finished piece is beautiful but the best part for me is following your art from beginning to end. You teach us so much.

    Darla

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  15. She's gorgeous, I love the striped background, it finishes it off beautifully.

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  16. Wow! Ga-ga-gagged for words here, too!

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  17. Beautiful. I especially love the colors you used and the lovely drops in red at the bottom. I really like how that looks!!!!

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  18. This is gorgeous, Sharon! I can't believe how ong it's been since I've visited, but I've blogged very little, since I started painting full-force. Between school and the gallery, I don't have a lot of free time, but, since it;s Chritmas, I thought I'd treat myself to some "viisting!" I'm so glad I did and got tosee this wonderful painting. I love the stripes and the birds and the serenity of her face.

    Merry Christmas, dear one!

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  19. so lovely! what a joy to behold!

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  20. Dear Sharon,
    WoW!! What an outcome, this is breathtaking. Thank you so much for sharing the process as you struggled with it.
    I beleive I stop at the "bad vibe" point too often. Thanks for the inspiration! ajae mccain

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