all your works are so original and beautifull
Oh! This is so different, so dreamlike. Lovely.
Oh, how all Debussey and La Mer and the Faun and beautiful. And the title is perfect. Can't stop looking at her.
Excellent. This one really grabs me.
I'm back again, because I love this. Either born of the flower or dreaming the flower.
Very nice. That dominant color seems an unusual (dreamlike?) pinkish purple. Wonder what makes the brain-eye put a woman in a flower. I feel I should have an answer, but . . .
This reminds me of "liquid orchids". Thats what I told the anesthesiologist the "relaxing" medication was that he'd just put into my vein. I wish he'd had let me stay in that state a little longer before he applied the knockout drug. Gave me a glimpse of what "chasing the dragon" means
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Thanks, all.AH, this was easy to name.PA, I love "liquid orchids"; perfect description for that med.Yesterday was a day for flowers and flower reference at many of the blogs I visit (Jo's, -K-'s and PA's spring to mind). Cool coincidence.
I love seeing the texture of the paper coming through in the enlargement. And everything else.
Paula, thanks. I like the texture, too. I'm also going to try out a surface with a different texture.
love this pastel-- gorgeous!
Hi, Shani and thanks. I love it, too.