"Once we clearly acknowledge the soul, we can learn to hear it's cries. - Dallas Willard, Renovation Of The Heart."

It takes courage to pursue our dreams. It takes time and patience to unearth buried treasure. But I believe with all my heart that we must do both.

8.26.2009

Two paintings

These paintings began so different than they are now. I want to share a little about them with you all, but I have such a migraine that I cannot put my words together very well right now.
So the story of how they came about will have to wait. I am very pleased with how they turned out.
Blessings!

9 comments:

ellie said...

Hope your headache dissipates quickly, Mar...I'm curious to know the stories behind these two new pieces (which I like very much, of course!) {{hugs}}

mystele said...

three words- won der ful.

lori vliegen said...

fabulous, as always mary!! i hope that you're feeling better soon! :)

Poetic Artist said...

Mary,
My prayers for you with your headache.
I love both of these..I have to share, today I got out a couple of hours, Mom had a visitor and I went to a shop and looked around. I stood in the shop and pulled my sketch pad out and started to sketch for some strange reason.
Every where I looked things were placed in 3's.
The girl ask if she could help me and I said no I am here for inspiration. Out of no where I said I have a series to start..It is going to be called 3's.. So did you here the same voice...
Love and Hugs,
Katelen

Martha Lever said...

I will look forward to reading about these two wonderful paintings. I hope you feel better. My mama used to call me Marthy!

Julie-ann said...

You have such a lovely blog. What I noticed is you're writing style is very close to mind and I have not seen anyone with this before,maybe similar is character?
Your art is awesome, love the colours!

Mar said...

great pieces!!!
most of the time mine never end up with what i originally planned...
IF i plan
:)
hope the headache is better..

Teresa said...

Your blog is such a blessing to me, it is full of delight and wonder.

Seth said...

Love these!