Patty, oh, EEEEEEEEEEeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeePatty, oh, Jeez and WOW..STUNNINGand like the other one..the horse....if you ever arewilling to sell.......i need dibs.I want to leave Cloths for Emrie.in her Hope Chest.I love here how the Water, the Sea, the River is dominant in space but the Swimmer, oh, the Swimmer....
Isn't that swimmer everyone in dreams? I get so muchfrom the folk tales, fables and stories. Sometimes I thinkthey are the raft which may save us or st least keep us fromdespair. I love that you like this!
I just looked up the lyrics to Beautiful Dreamer (since I'm hearing impaired, I usually don't "hear" more than a few key words repeated in any song) ... anyway, they seem to fit hereThe watery blues make for a wonder-full collage (something much on my mind of late) ... and the orange-y, rusty bits the perfect counter-point
I try to follow the colors I find so the original artistmade that decision but thank you! Dreaming, swimming, running (which I can no longer do but can in my dreams) any way we can not stay stuck in what will change.
this is beautiful!
Thank you, Mo!
You have most certainly created an environment...an ocean that evokes the supportive, life-giving quality of water and the smoothness of movement within it. Grace is right about the satisfying counterpoint of the warm rusty elements.
Thank you, Dana. Life giving is true. Our oceans areour aunts and our mothers this earth.
such a beautiful composition
Thank you, Jude. I was considering trying to changedirection but the symmetry now feels like home so willcarry on until it doesn't.
I love the not-quite-perfect symmetry, the swimming/floating/flying girl brings magic....so much space to dream for me the viewer
You know, I felt she could be flying, too. Not quite symmetrymay be what I'm going for now. Thank you!
I appreciate your comments.