because art is a daily practice
So sweet of you to give your sister in law a painting.It's such a sweet lil' painting too.Your header for your blog is nice and peaceful,I really like it-Denise
I never tire of origami cranes. I love the teabag hanging from the bottom, so pretty.
How adorable. It looks like spring is truly arriving, if the buds on the tree are any indication. Tea bags? Such fun!
Love origami! I noticed the tea bags...Nice touch! I love different words for 'peace'.I have a 'peace pole' in the center of my garden and on each of the 4 sides is a different tribe (native american) word for 'peace'.
Lovely and yes, peaceful.
I still have my teabag cranes hanging in my window. Love the work for your sister-in-law. can't comment on your blog unless I switch browsers which i am too lazy to do often. That's because the prove you are not a robot words do not appear and that is due to my browser. also why i took that option off my blog. they have made it so difficult.
So so pretty. I bet they look lovely swinging in the breeze.~Dawn
oh, in SYNC.....you must check out my cranes, too...both so beautiful, spotting your early spring behind these!
a year ..amazing ..love the simplicity here!!
Sophie's crane that you made mysteriously fell from the ceiling the other day, and I found it soggy and wet on the floor next to her! I like to imagine that a bit of its luck went inside of her as she chewed on it! It's drying out nicely, though, and I'll tack it back up soon!
Just found your blog. These birds are enchanting and the painting with the brass on the clothes line , well, nothing short of delightful. Your new fan and follower, Connie
Beautifully composed image....beautiful sentiment.
something hauntingly sweet and beautiful about your cranes...full of meaning and hope with their wings!oxo
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