She …

She always had that look about her, that look of otherness, of eyes that see things much too far, and of thoughts that wander off the edge of the world. ~Joanne Harris

Watercolor background, acrylic paint, pastels for the flowers, some hand-stitching, and the portrait is sketched onto off-white paper and then cut out. Find all instructions on the artist, Renee Mueller on YouTube.

Tiny …

Jerney Marisha Art & Classes ~ Tiny Portraits, Tiny Palette Class This is another amazing class on beautiful paper. For myself, all the portraits I have made through the instruction of this class have such emotion, a unique kind of sadness that belongs to a family.

A rather large family who has resided in the same weather ~-worn huge old mansion for a couple of centuries. The one part of the home that is painted each year, come Spring, is the blue shutters. The kind of blue that reminds one of Wedgewood vases …

The Story Teller

Daffodils

I wanted to write about daffodils in the middle of cold
winter nights. My thoughts move to the flower’s symbol
of rebirth and new beginnings. It is also one of the first
perennials to bloom after winter, sometimes through a layer
of snow. It’s Latin name is Narcissus.
I wanted to write about the yellow color it is,
bright as the sun on a clear summer day.
It’s middle trumpet appendage calls to the other flowers,
rise as Spring is almost here.
I still smell my bouquet ignoring the pungent odor as there
is type of clean in there which I can’t ignore. I wanted to write about daffodils.

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