love it, sharon...love the blue... ;)
There are days when you just want to stay in the zone, do nothing, say nothing, go no where....but then you fling back the covers and dive into the day wondering why you wanted to not be apart of the day...you always have a reason, look how lovely this is, it makes me happy to be here with you. See what a little paint can do with a gifted lady behind the brush!!! Love Ya, Mary
Love it! What a nice prompt "push through it!" Better copyright it before Oprah get's wind of it!
Tht is exactly what I have been doing, and did not push hard today I meandered, paused, thought, sat, and did things of no consequence and now look it is late already.So some theeeerapy along with a lovely face of what can be done, I usually don't let myself wallow and I did today and one feels worse than if they Pushed Through It.So now on with the day and a remembering of what I saw here.
LOVE it. What you wrote is so true!!! Half the battle is 'just showing UP!'lg
I loved watching this come together!!! Wish I could "just do it" like that!!!...but I have to sketch it out first, LOL.
i loved watching you paint this...it is beautiful
she is gorgeous!!
Wow, painting on red really turned out well. Love these videos. It's almost like being with you -- did I say that before?
Hiya Sharon, I love this, especially the blue you have used certainly makes it very striking image.
Enjoyed watching you paint in Z's red paper journal. I finally had a chance to sit and quietly look at all the video's. Really enjoyed it.Darla
Wow! Just discovered you. Fantastic paintings. I'll be back!
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I am enjoying your faces that you are painting in non-traditional colors.
Loving the blue! Want to take your new class but no time at present with moving plans.
A few years ago, I had no idea that we shouldn't wait to feel like doing something to do it. Now I know better. To quote Joyce Meyer: You gotta PRESS! Anyone who has victory in their life has to PRESS!Keep pressing Sharon. Your art is beautiful, but not as beautiful as you! :)~magick~Melissa
Sharon, I wish I could 'sling' paint...especially as you seem to do it. Your recent giveaway just arrived in my mailbox and your article in the book is wonderful..just as I thought it would be! You really are an inspiring person...now in organization as well as in your art. (LOVE that wall of your framed artwork...beautiful!!!)Thank you so much for all you do. pat
Your blog has been recommended to us as an interviewee's favorite blog! We would like to do an interview with you about your blog for Blog Interviewer.We'd like to give you the opportunity to give us some insight on the "person behind the blog." It would just take a few minutes of your time. The interview form can be submitted online here Submit your interview. Best regards, Mike Thomas
Thanks for coming by, Sharon - you are just too funny! We should really try to meet someday - I'm a Texan too!
Love this painting Sharon! It is just beautiful. You always have such a depth of color. I understand the push through it!
Brilliant of you to know this. I know that feeling and you just must push through to see the light even if not that day. It always comes back. Great post dear.
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