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Haiku for Virgins, Creativity & Gratitude #9

Painterly Mary
may I delight for all-time 
in your flouncing skirts
in whatever light I find you!

I thought I'd get the paints out, 
they have been in a dark cupboard.
In this case not actually paint but 
water based dye and rub-on metallic for those interested,
photo taken in two different artificial lights. 

For Haiku my Heart
&
'Virgin a Day'

Comments

GrandmaK said…
How very beautiful!!! You are very talented!!! Wishing you a lovely weekend! Cathy
rebecca said…
my darling friend,

you are so right i seem to be staying up way too late and rising way too early!
yet meeting each day in the spirit of
love is the strongest pull.
thank you for your place in my haiku/mary heart!
somepinkflowers said…
oh
oh oh
feathery halo of light!


my personal favorite...
Paula Scott said…
She is absolutely gorgeous. Very airy, earthy and magical all at the same time.
priti.lisa said…
Flowing beauty...
Your Haiku matched the whole feeling of your very feminine painting...
Lyrical♥♥♥
Wonderful painting ~ she is magical and exquisite ~ lovely Haiku that unites it all ~ ~ thanks, namaste, Carol (A Creative Harbor)
Noelle Renee said…
sue,
She is absolutely delightful! She is fairylike and beautiful. In fact, she looks much like Botticelli's women. All his goddesses were pregnant. I wonder if you were thinking of your daughter in law. Such a beautiful coloring of dyes you chose. It was such a pleasant and joyful surprise.
xox,
Noelle
Vintage Green said…
Yes, beautiful.......I love how it looks like she is walking into the light.
Annie said…
She is so beautiful - an explosion of light.
Lenora said…
The rub on metallic is fabulous - who makes that? She is lovely and i love love love the haiku - flouncing skirts! with awe - L
Hettienne said…
beautiful! the artist in me wishes that she could observe you making this painting! such a lovely technique and I love the haiku! blissful!
The Woodwife said…
Oh wow this is beautiful. I love the shine and the flow. Great!!!!
Spadoman said…
These are beautiful. I love the lighting on the first one. I can see the rosary inn her hand flailing about. I love this theme you have chosen throughout this Virgin Business. You are qwuite the artist and i admire you and your work Ms. Foxy.

Peace
peggy gatto said…
Just so beautiful!!!!!!!
thank you!
Carola Bartz said…
I'm glad you got the paints out - this is so beautiful!
My goodness, she looks like she's dancing!

Mary the Wonder
Cheryl said…
Mary is beautiful!
She is so beautiful and I love that she is painterly. I haven't used my own metallic rub on paints for years. I have to dig mine out as I really like the colors you created.
Marit said…
Oh wow, what a wonderful and shining 'painting'! Great techniques too! The haiku makes it complete - beautiful!
phil said…

Just beautiful.
But at first view I thought it was an awesome tattoo. ;)

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