Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Japanese Anemone

"Japanese Anemone"  oil  15" x 15"  SOLD
anemōnē means "daughter of the wind" (greek) Thanks, Wikipedia!
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28 comments:

  1. So delicate and the shadows are lovely too.

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  2. Absolutely beautiful...........nice to see you around.

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  3. I just found your blog and I think your paintings are amazing. So glad I get to view your fabulous works.

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  4. Don't you just LOVE Wikipedia? Wiktionary is pretty loveable, too. But, neither is nearly as great as this beauty! It's no wonder its already sold. Sweet!

    -Don

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  5. R... Absolutely stunning!! Good info on the meaning as well..

    Honestly R... I don't know how you create such beautiful perfection!

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  6. You capture the delicate nature of this flower so beautifully, I can almost see the veins!

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  7. Stunning as always. Good to see you back. Your work is such an inspiration. Shout out to the big Wic!

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  8. Simply beautiful.
    Happy to see your work again.

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  9. How incredible. breathtaking. congrats on the sale :-D

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  10. Whoa! "Japanese Anemone" just floored me, R! That is one B.E.A.utiful painting!

    And I like saying "Anemone". I think I'll say it again... anemone.

    And what Don said... Sold = Sweet!

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  11. As always, beautiful piece. The whites /grays are so well handled.

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  12. It takes my breath away...so beautiful!

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  13. beautiful work R! your paintings are always like a breath of fresh air to me.

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  14. Striking from the thumbnail...really beautiful up close!

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  15. this is lovely - and i'm so glad you discovered my blog so i could discover yours - looking forward to exploring it! (especially since i do love a terrible - i mean, good pun!)

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  16. "Daughter of the Wind" sounds like music. What a simply beautiful piece. (Also, am glad to hear you are no longer attached to your computer - myself, I try to paint first before ever even thinking about turning on my computer.)

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  17. What a lovely translation to match the equally lovely and delicate painting, your paintings are always beautiful.

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  18. Really beautiful, fresh and lovely, R!
    Faye

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  19. I don't want to add to your long list of compliments but...when you've got it..you've got it! Well done!

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  20. I'm so glad you dropped by my blog so I could return the favor. I'm really glad to see your lovely work here.

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  21. This is beautiful. I like the stark graphic quality combined with the fragile purity of the . .. daughter of the wind. What a great name; I didn't know it meant that, and I'm glad you looked it up. Also thank you for your visit to my blog, and I'm pleased to see yours.

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  22. Hope it´s okey I add you? Your paintings are clean and beautiful ! I love this =))
    Hugs Elsa

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