Wednesday, February 13, 2013


Clockwise from top left: "Full Moon" by The Pixel Files; "Le Lapin Jaune" by Sarah Ryan; Nour by Erin Jorgensen; and "As Lucy Watches, Jules Collects the First Snowflakes of Winter" by Amanda Blake.

I guess if I had to pin down a theme for this week's collection, I'd say it's about natural wonders and celestial things, the importance of light balanced by dark. But sometimes things just fit without a lot of exposition and analysis (said every artist to every art critic ever-haha).

13 comments:

  1. As always, love this! The bunny (lapin) is my favorite. I have a weak spot for rabbit art.

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  2. Amazing combinations of images. Very well done! I love all the artwork, too.

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  3. Beautiful as always! I love the work of Amanda Blake.

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  4. Love the one that looks like dandelions! And the little yellow bunny makes me smile :)

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  5. I love the bunny one. I used to have a rabbit. It was pretty big and nice to snuggle with.

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  6. They are all really good pieces. I love your choices.

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  7. You always manage to somehow find a theme in each week's post. Is that deliberate, my friend? Anyway, you're right; there is a balance of dark and light. But the darkness isn't harsh, here--everything is natural. The night. The cloudy days of snow. My favorite is "Full Moon."

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  8. The full moon is my favorite this time. I'm into stargazing and constellations as a hobby, so that one was an easy choice!

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  9. oh my, these are perfect !
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  10. The yellow bunny rocks my world. Happy Valentine's day!

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  11. Thanks for including my print here... which I discovered through my etsy stats. You have a lovely blog with lots of great finds. Keep it up! Cheers, Erin

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  12. And curiosity....

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  13. I was trying to pick a favorite, but I can't find one that I like most! The bunny there seems a bit perturbed, though.

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