Sunday, July 17, 2011

MEDITATION AND WONDER




This is a new journal page that I made tonight. It seems every time I see a woman's face, I am very intrigued, and motivated to decorate it. Embellish it and make her come alive somehow. I also think I am drawn to this because I feel I am every woman's face I see, somewhere buried in there, and I guess this is a channeling of my desires and issues, and that is appealing to me, because the variations are endless, the emotions are forever.

Thanks for visiting, old and new followers, and your supportive comments. Each one of you are part of these pages I make.

11 comments:

stregata said...

You are right, you know. You are every woman you see. Because disregarding the differences in features, we all feel the same emotions - hopes, fears, love...
Wonderful page!

Esther said...

this message is very strong Sharon. Love this page, with gold and sweet tones, French text, and butterflies. the girls have an interesting face, you've created a movement around the picture it's pretty!

Dorthe said...

Sharon, what a fantastic message, yes we are all every woman we see- in some way.Your page is also the most beautiful, and gorgeus piece. Like Esther, I love the gold, and pastels together,your teknique looks fabolous,-it is absolutely a wonder in many wayes, dear friend.
Hope you got my mail yesterday?
Love and hugs,-Dorthe

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

This is such a strong and beautiful piece,Sharon!!I absolutely love it.
Have a wonderful Sunday my friend.
Hugs,
Marie

druga szesnaście said...

this is absolutely stunning!
I love the message and all the delicious details and textures.

T's Daily Treasures said...

Yes, when you get down to the heart of things, we are all the same. In fact, we are all one, the human race, and we all have the same hopes, desires and needs. Have a blessed day, Tammy

Diane said...

How true this is--it really doesn't matter where we come from or how different our lives are--we ARE all the same deep down---wonderful inspiration!

Lenna Young Andrews said...

I love seeing your gorgeous jewelry, Sharon, but your journal work always speaks to me . . . i have been thinking & thinking of you!! xo lenna

Sally Russick said...

Beautiful, Sharon! the butterfly wings pulls me right to her face! I'm always intriqued by old photos/tintypes. Always trying to read the face I'm seeing, trying to find the story behind the expression.

Lesley said...

Such a lovely journal page. All the elements just fit together perfectly. And I love the colours you've used.x

Marilyn Rock said...

This is SO gorgeous! Love it!

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