Saturday, 4 April 2009

Soundless Saturday No. 30

35 comments:

nollyposh said...

This is a ~beautiful~ image Renee x

Sarah said...

Oh I adore this one!! I do love the sweet trees!!!
Wanted you to know I had a lovely, relaxing day yesterday! Thank you hon- even finished a book - whoo hoo!! Hope your day is calm!! Love, Sarah

Ces said...

Good morning. I am painting today - finally! After two years of creative drought.

An aphid is a very tiny insect that eacts plants. Sometimes you see them clustered on a leaf, they are different colors but the more common ones are white.

Lizzy Frizzfrock said...

Good morning, Renee. The deconstruction & reconstruction are almost complete. The tile guys just arrived to grout Gerald's bathroom. Monday the grout will be sealed & all will be done with floors.
The appliances were delivered Friday, but the stove had a huge dent in the side (discovered when the box was opened) so a new one will come on Tuesday. We're away for the weekend on one of Gerald's golf tournaments & will be back Sunday evening ... so no cooking until Tuesday!
Have a good weekend!
xoxoxo Cheryl

Audrey said...

Mmmm looks like she is enveloped in a blanket of snow. Reminds me of long Winnipeg winter nights! Hope you are well.
xoxoxo

studio lolo said...

ooooh, lovely image.

Do you know I never used the word 'lovely' in my life until I started blogging? So funny! But it fits so well here and so often.

Sending love from California and wishing you a gentle, sunny day.

love,
Lolo

Ces said...

Just in case I go on a long absence, know I am thinking of you. It may be due to the fact that my hands are soiled with oil paints. I have been chided for touching things while painting. Telephones, microwaves, refrigerator handles have oil paints, so can't blog - but everyone thinks it's alright for me to pick up dog poop!

Ces said...

Yes, The Renee Award should be going around soon.

Lola said...

Ciao lovely lady. The painting is beautiful, a bit scary though. It reminds me of when the thundestorm, dried tree branches and the wind team up to paint strange shadows on my walls.

Every Photo Tells A Story said...

What a thought-provoking image, Renee! Dreams (when sleeping or awake) are so fascinating. It's like a conversation we have with ourselves. But, in a subconscious level which can at times be much more important. And, meaningful.

Have fun and laugh, laugh, laugh. har-har-har.

P.S. Naughty can be nice:)

xoxoxo
Love Nancy

The Gypsy said...

Beautiful and errie at the same time.

Strawberry Girl said...

Wish I was out sleeping in the trees... beautiful.

Michelle said...

I think I like it??

Dont much like the idea of strange things around my bed though :)

How are you lovely lady?

xxxxxx

A Fanciful Twist said...

Oh, I loooove that. I need a soundless saturday in my bed to dream and soar!! xoxo, V

Woman in a Window said...

That is beautiful. I'd like to tuck myself up under that image and rest my bones.

soulbrush said...

what a delight. to sleep, perchance to dream....hugs for this saturday renee.

Delwyn said...

Dreams - ah...'the royal road to the unconscious'...

Bella Sinclair said...

Oh WoW, this is exquisitely gorgeous! Just look at the grace in those splendid, loving trees. And the blanket of stardust....wow! Beautiful concept, beautiful painting.

Ok. I see "monarin" and it looks like "morning." You see "moaning." HA! That's why I love you so!

Manon Doyle said...

Beautiful! I love this Soundless Saturday and Fantasy Friday!!

Draffin Bears said...

I love all the beautiful Artwork on your blog.

Enjoy your weekend
Hugs
Carolyn

glorv1 said...

Yes, I could be sleeping there nice and peaceful. I hope your weekend is going good and you are happy. Take care and be well. Thx for sharing.

Jen said...

That is just beautiful. So dreamy and ethereal...

Luv Jen
xoxo

Chrisy said...

I love the 'hands' on the trees...the whole picture looks comforting...

kj said...

that tree on the right is a clear protector! "dream whatever you want, honey, i'll take care of things!"

i love the whole idea of all these paintings and images you have stored up. you'll be spinning yarns indefinitely, huh?

i hope your weekend was/is good, renee. love you,love you!

ps it should be arriving in a day or two...

Rusted Wings said...

I love your insight on the tablet in the 'room without mirrors'....i have found it is true freedom to be released from the effect of other people's (limited) view of who i am or what they perceive me to be. i don't really care anymore. i know who i am in the light of God's unconditional love and truth. that's what really matters. the Truth will set you free! In that light we are beautiful in the eyes of the Beloved.
blessings of wellness and peace,
xoabigail

Caroline said...

This is a lovely image and a beautiful poem. What I love about the things you post, Renee, is that there is always so much more to discover - I wanted to find out more about this one and discovered a beautiful poem and a very interesting artist,Terry Windling, who has homes in the west country in England as well as Arizona .I recognised that English country influence in her poem. Keep 'em coming Renee!!

Jessie Lilac said...

I really love the artwork you have here on your blog, so inspiring! Thanks for your lovely comment.x

Julie said...

Wow, gorgeous picture! Pretty much sums up how I was by the end of yesterday. Just hiding under the covers, leaping into the dream world.

la sirene said...

Hello Renée. I'm a Parisian blogger and just discovered yours.. What a beautiful blog! You may have so many beautiful things in your soul to show us so many beautiful things on your blog. Thank you Renée, I will come back* Pryscille

lakeviewer said...

Are we all in this circling vortex, at the edge, trying to remain intact? I love the way pictures push all your senses to make a whole.

(p.s. I missed a few posts.)

kj said...

you make me smile, renee.

Anna Lefler said...

Marvelous! Your blog is such a treat, Renee... Truly.

XO

Anna

Debra said...

Gosh Renee this loight now with all this snow this morning.

I am having a little R.A.K. giveaway. I thought you might enjoy signing up. If you would like to just stop on by.

Thanks!

shelly said...

Who wouldn't love being tucked in by a tree? Beautiful picture.

Sonia ;) said...

Renee,

I like the picture...reminds of being a child and all the imagination that takes place when we are a sleep...Find it a comforting place and picture....Because when we dream we never know what dreams may come our way...a game of chance...

Smiles,

Sonia ;)