Friday, November 2, 2012

listening to you



this lovely artist: amy kendrat

Amy is a library-loving waitress who has a fascination with the night sky.  She paints, draws, and loves to listen.

http://etsy.com/shop/CraftingOwl

AND


charmed
by the wee fairy
juggling spheres of magic berries in her hand
not only did she watch
with her heart she did listen
for tales of once upon a time
spilled forth
with the mesmerizing spinning
and
tossing of each berry as it danced into the air
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this lovely artist: tammie lee

I fill my days with nature photography,writing poetry and enjoy painting and drawing, very much. I live in a wee log cabin surrounded by woods, meadows and wildlife in NW Montana.
You can visit my two blogs to have a peak into NW Montana living. Or either of my two shops: www.beautyflows.com
 www.spirithelpers.net
http://miztlee.blogspot.com/
http://beautyflows.blogspot.com/
 
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(if you would like your art/photography referencing listening here, please email me with 1-2 attachments, your links + short bio to rachelawes@gmail.com)

9 comments:

Manni King said...

Thanks, This is a good article.I liked

this article,
great!

Robin Norgren said...

so fun to meet new artists this way. xoxo

Tammie Lee said...

thank you for sharing your lovely artist friends. Amy's art is charming.

thank you also for including me! I love the stance of listening!

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

Beautifulness! Wonderful work. I really love it all. She is super talent. And your ," A couple treat offerings" is sweet!

Bella Sinclair said...

So very lovely, these maidens in blue! And I recognized Tammie's enchanting and wonderful work immediately. :)

Have a beautiful weekend!

Relyn Lawson said...

I do love this series. I am working on something for you, you know.

Trish said...

Both so beautiful, and charming too.... xxx

Jennifer Richardson said...

i love these beauties!
oh how wonderful is every
story each heart has to tell:)
-Jennifer

Karla ~ Studio Enrouge said...

what a sweet little fairy!

your blog is starting to feel like an intimate stage..and here you hand the microphone over to your guests and new acts. what fun!