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Saturday, April 16, 2011

Reflection

"Finally I saw that worrying had come to nothing.
And gave it up. And took my old body
and went out into the morning,
and sang."
--from "I Worried" by Mary Oliver

20 comments:

Bill said...

I need to learn and repeat that poem at least 10 times. A very beautiful representation of it in your painting! I love the colors.

Stacy Wills said...

pam, this is so beautiful - i love it!

art2cee2 said...

I love this verse! I need to live by that more often according to my husband! :-)

David Allen Waters said...

ya know what i love about your art...you create in such a way that each person seeing it truly is able to draw from it just what they need...

hugs puck ;)

Pam Tucker said...

Bill: So do I! And thank you. ;)

Stacy: Oh, thank you SO much! That means a lot to me. :)

Crystal: I love it too. I have it posted in my art room. ;)

David: *sigh* BIG HUG for you! Thank you...

ॐ Rabbit said...

What a great way to start the day.

Really dig the bird on this one.

Pam Tucker said...

Rabbit: YOU made my day! Thank you. :)

Kristin Dudish said...

Pam - this is so beautiful.

What medium did you use? Oh how I would love to be a fly on your wall watching you create your glorious textures...

I truly adore this one.

xo
Kristin

Pam Tucker said...

Thank you Kristin! This is just Caran D'Ache Neocolor II crayons with water for the color and Soft Gel Medium (matte) with the end of the paint brush drawn into it for the texture. I used Liquitex acrylic ink to write the word. :)

Netty said...

Your painting is beautiful Pam and I want to thank you for your terrific support in my efforts and all guidance is truly welcome. Have a lovely Sunday. Annette x

zoogirl said...

OH PAM! I think this is my new FAV!!!!!!! I adore Reflection! Fabulous piece!!! Divine! LOVE LOVE LOVE! xxx

Maria Papadopoulou said...

I love poems where the light is hidding behind the dark. This is my own poetry style as well.

Maria Papadopoulou said...

Oh, and the picture is pure perfection! I always wished I could dry...but I guess it wasn't in the cards for me. Only writing was.

Maria Papadopoulou said...

I mean I wish I could paint...I don't know how dry came up above.LOL

Pam Tucker said...

Netty: Thank YOU! And you are very welcome, as well! I LOVE visiting your blog and your artwork is gorgeous! You don't need me to tell you that!

Zoogirl: Oh, thank you so much! ;) Tell Wyanne hello for me. You have to tell me about the new class!

Maria: Hello! Thank you so much for your comment! I LOVE poetry as you can probably tell. I get so much inspiration from it. To me, art and poetry go hand in hand. :)

Laynee said...

I love the colors! It's beautiful!

Pam Tucker said...

Hi Laynee! Thank you, hun! I love those colors together. I thought they would be nice in a reflection. ;)

Jane said...

I found your blog on the Digital Whisper facebook page. I really like your style and your use of texture. Beautiful work.

Martin (starwatcher521) said...

Beautiful! I hope I will get Mary Oliver's works in a printed book sometime.

Pam Tucker said...

Jane: Hello! Thank you so much! I LOVE Kimmie and Digital Whisper is an awesome site! :)

Martin: Thank you! I adore Mary Oliver's work. She's an endless source of inspiration to me.