Monday, November 30, 2009

Blueberry Fields in Nov.



After a month of suffering through the symptoms of surgical menopause and life with no hormones or hormone therapy, I'm finally finding the light and starting to paint again. Friends came for Thanksgiving and renewed my zest. I'm working on a few big oils of the radiant blueberry fields for a show next week and a bunch of smaller works on copper.

Just completed my biggest triptic to date ( 30"x90"!) It was so fun.

15 comments:

  1. well. This photo is just nothing short of fantastic. Congratulations on re-joining the rest of the world after all the medical ordeals. You've shown your colors--and not just red. GREAT paintings.

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  2. Hi Amanda,

    Celeste's invitation to your blog brought me here and I am so glad to have found you through Celeste.

    Your paintings are gorgeous. Your story compelling and truly courageous.

    I admire you and your work. Happy to have found you here in cyberspace. Looking forward to see your works in 2010 and wishing you continued success.

    ~ Kathleen

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  3. Hi Amanda! Your work is beautiful! I hope you continue to feel better. Just paint!! It will heal your soul!

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  4. Wow! What a beauty that blueberry field is! Welcome back.

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  5. beautiful work, Amanda!

    glad you're in the healing stages...
    and best of luck at your show!
    would love to see your copper work!

    peace~
    Chuck

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  6. Hello Amanda-
    I just found your blog. I should be painting but found myself blog surfing instead. Lucky for me because your work is beautiful. Thanks for posting the studio photo, very inspiring. I hope the year brings the healing and relief you seek.
    take care
    Peter

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  7. Hi Amanda-
    What an incredible journey you are on! Thank you so much for sharing. You are an inspiration and your work is beautiful.
    -Jeanne

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  8. Absolutely gorgeous! Such radiance and vibrancy at the same time a very peaceful scene!
    Great work!

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  9. I'm just finding your blog, only to see you are no longer posting. Its a pity. Your work is so lovely and inspiring. It does good to others to see such beauty and talent.

    I hope you are well and still painting.

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  10. Hey, well that was weird an evite came through facebook and I only knew MJ Murauski on the invite list. You are blessed with many friends named Carrie. Are you ever going to post anything new on this blog?? :) I know you have done some lovely things since last November.

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  11. These are beautiful work, thanks for sharing:)

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  12. Hi I’m Heather! Please email me, I have a question about your blog! LifesABanquet1(at)gmail.com

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  13. Wow, going big! Nice landscape Amanda.

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