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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Fly


Strange that the Muse would want to make this. I'm terrified of flying. If you know me at all, you're very aware of this. But all things birds, wings, etc. have been an obsession lately and this one came tumbling out onto the page. My VERY good friend Rabbit introduced me to the group Nickel Creek a while back and I fell in love with them. Of course by the time I discover them, they are no longer together. But I did manage to get a hold of a CD loaded with their best songs. This song is one of my faves and I think it kind of fits the flying theme here:

17 comments:

ॐ Rabbit said...

I really needed this today.

Impeccable as always.

Pam Tucker said...

Rabbit: Aww, thank YOU! Weren't we just talking about this song? ;)

Laynee said...

Beautiful and the song is one of my favorites.

craftattack said...

LOvely!

Kiki aka Victoria said...

Hi Pam...gorgeous work..very soul stirring..I feel the power charging through your piece..very beautiful!wow..I didnt know that about you..don't be afraid of your own beautiful-power..when I began to finally fly and claim my empowered wings..I knew Home within instantly.. and wondered why I waited so long! and if you are not afraid at all..then just keep shining...because you are incredibly awesome and inspiring!
Beautiful song..thankyou!! enjoy your new obsession...let the quickening begin...enjoy your journey..and wherever it takes you!
HUgs an sparkles
Victoria

J~ said...

I know and really really really love this song. It brings back a painful but beautiful memory. Thanks for the sweetness just when I'd forgotten what it felt like.

David Allen Waters said...

remeber a convo we had about u spreading your artistic wings and flying? well I think you are and beautifully I might add :)

Bill said...

Whoa! Are you sure you haven't been sneaking into my medication? It looks like you're flying pretty high! Well, at least you aren't listening to Carole King. She feels the earth move under her feet. I think she lives in California. Anyway, great art as always.

Oh. I visited your friend Rabbit. He's mad, because he can't find his hat. Evidently there are a lot of us with loose ends flying around lately. Thank goodness for my computer and digital art. It's the only thing keeping me from the inner depths of insanity. Well, maybe it is. After re-reading my comments, I'm beginning to wonder! :O) Wait to see what you look like at my Royal Wedding Reception Friday. I think I found the real inner you.

lenoracle said...

Once again I love the contrast of the texture in the background and the figure. Looks fantastic!

Pam Tucker said...

Laynee: Thank you! This CD is on replay all day here today. Lots of inspiration coming from it. :)

Valerie: Thank you so much! :)

Victoria: Oh, Thank YOU, my dear friend! You are always a shining light for me. BIG hug and sparkles right back at you! :)

J: YOU are very welcome! ;)

David: I DO remember that. Thank you, my friend... *big smile*

Bill: Ha! You always make me smile (if not laugh out loud!) Oh, Lordy...I can't wait to see what you've cooked up at that reception of yours. I'm afraid to ask what the real inner me may look like! ;) I'll be there!!

Lenore: Oh, thank you! I really appreciate your comments. :)

Lori Saul said...

A delight to the eye and the senses!

art2cee2 said...

Delightful! You know I was always very afraid of flying, until I married a man who works for the airlines. :-)

Pam Tucker said...

Lori: Thank you, my friend! Always such a treat to see you! :)

Crystal: Thank you! I'm working on facing that particular fear... ;)

Pauliina said...

Pam what a lovely picture... and the music... One get such a flying free sensation when watching "you" flying up there in the sky.

Ruth said...

What you’re saying is completely true. I know that everybody must say the same thing, but I just think that you put it in a way that everyone can understand. I also love the images you put in here. They fit so well with what you’re trying to say. I’m sure you’ll reach so many people with what you’ve got to say.

Pat Tillett said...

this painting reminds me of Sister Bertrille. You remember her? The flying Nun...
Very nice!

Pam Tucker said...

Pauliina: Thank you! Nice to see you again! I so enjoy your blog! ;)

Ruth: Thank you so much! I really appreciate your comment!

Pat: I DO remember her! Ha! I can totally see that in the picture now! You're right! :)