Friday, 17 July 2009

Fantasy Friday BLD No. 23

*artwork B by Lisa Falzon


Anonymous said...

I love the bee and the honey-bee!

Anonymous said...

Fantasies are fun - love the images you share.

Anonymous said...

This is a tough one - I can't figure out the connection between the three! But I like them! Aside from the snakes in the third picture.

Ms Renee, I read on Meghann's blog that you were not feeling well. Are you okay dear friend?

And as for the public speaking...DEAL!
Love to you!

Deborah said...

Hmmmm, I don't get these today. The Scottish terrier did make me laugh. Are you still holding The Baby? Sending you all my love, Deb

Angela Recada said...

I love bees and bagpipes!

Buzz buzz.


(I've been worrying about you. Are you feeling well, dear Renee?)

Anonymous said...

Oh Renee - fucking universe is right! And blessed universe also! I am thrilled that there is wee Dominic in your lives, and I am so afraid for you and your Mom. What the fuck!

I am doing okay - I have a specialist appt in Sept - thank you governmental cut-backs, for your unwavering sense of urgency when it comes to health care issues! Bottom line (hmmm...funny as my problems are all centered in my bottom!) they think there is damage caused by the radiation to the organs surrounding my uterus. The specialist will take a look, and determine if surgery is needed.

Oh and have I mentioned - I hate fucking cancer! And pneumonia! And infection!

Hope you are feeling better soon dear Renee!

Artistic Accents by Darla said...

Beautiful selections again Renee. I think I like the first one the best.

I read Audrey's post here and I also hope you are feeling ok!

Thanks for liking the pieces I do that I'm most unsure of. You give me hope on soooooo many levels, not just art :)

Love, Darla♥

Marion said...

OMG, Renee, I love that first picture! I could write a thousand poems about it. Maybe it's the gardener in me, but I just love the woman as the nourishing honeycomb waiting for the pollen-bearing bee to come and make honey. Oh, the sweet metaphors that are buzzing around in my head! LOL!

You've outdone yourself today, dearest Renee! Thank you for sharing your artist's heart with us. Blessings & Joy!!!

Diana Evans said...

oh wow Renee!!! I love love love the bee piece...I have a special place in my heart for bees!!!

you have outdone yourself again!!! thank you for the inspiration and being so beautiful!!!


karengberger said...

You post such great artwork; it's enriching to see. Thank you! Wishing you a good weekend.

Sarah said...

Hmmm I like the first one although it is distrubing somehow..
The second one I loooove - scottie with bagpipes giggle snort!!
The third..sweet but full of danger.
Interesting three.
Are you not feeling well hon??? Sending Reiki your way. Huge hugs and I love you, Sarah

lakeviewer said...

Hi Renee, great selection. Love the honey-bee and honey-comb in her belly. Portentuous.

kj said...

gentle creatures, all three.

hey! ARE you feeling okay?

you gotta tell me when i need to be initiating get-well-rain dances on your behalf, not to mention my 'F' plants in your yard.


Anonymous me said...

I love the contrast between the trust & relative tranquility of the rider safe up there on her horse ... and the ssssssnakes. I wouldn't be so calm, even from so far up! I hope you're doing OK today Renee and that your weekend is good too. xxJ

Pattee said...

A young woman as a honey cone...
A terrier a bagpipe while the ocean crashes around him....
AND a young girl riding a pony through a garden of snakes ( feigning to look like flowers) hmmm.

I think in this Fantasy Friday blog pictures...

I have been a young girl riding a pony (and that's a truth) and when I was young I felt like I could be walking in a den of snakes (and I'm not afraid of snakes, that's another truth)

But snakes sometimes do mean danger and the other things I won't go in to : )

I think I've finally kicked most of the snakes out of my way and just ride my pony....

Strawberry Girl said...

Dear Renee, I hope your doing well. These are interesting, though the girl with the honeycomb body is a little bit startling. I'm sending good thoughts and prayers over your way, hope you feel well.


Caio Fernandes said...

hi Renee !!! once again you got !!
a wonderfull post with wonderfull images .
it is alway so good to come here !
loved the other posts too .

YayaOrchid said...

Renee, how are you doing? Just popped in to say hello and praying all is well with you.

Anonymous said...

This art is beautiful Renee, love the bird girl and would love to paint like this artist, she's awesome! Can totally understand why you show so much of her art.
Have a great weekend!

Anonymous said...

wow check Lisas new pictures out! They are fantastic! Nice that You put some of her art here pn Your blog, Renee :o) I didn´t know her before, I like her pictures a lot :o) thanx,Kristina

Sherry Byrum said...

Thank you for entering our giveaway!!! Good luck! The art is Fantastic!! Very talented artist!

Anonymous said...

Where DO you find these wonderful pictures?! Hope you have a great weekend!

Big hugs.

Chrisy said...

Beautiful you girl...

Sarah said...

Hi Renee, Sorry I haven't visited this week-but now I have I see you have a new grandson! Congratulations!
Sarah x

yoborobo said...

Hi Renee - Love the one with the bee. Sending you a big hug and a wish for you to have a lovely weekend with that newly expanded family of yours. xoxo Pam

Wendy said...

If I had to guess, I'd say "transformation". Love the images - except the first one is rather scary.
Hugs - hope you are well.

Ces said...

Such metaphorical symbolism. Isn't breakfast so painfully true? I doubt however if the howling of the terrier is as melodic as as a bagpipe and as for dinner will red on yellow kill a horse?

Are you okay my dear?

Ces said...

By the way, why so much agony and death wishes?

Meghann LittleStudio said...

Very neat - I like the lone wolf piper - very surreal and haunting.
I'm sorry you haven't been feeling well. I hope today was better!
Hugs and prayers as always!
Meg xoxo

Stepping off the edge said...

Hello lovely! I was out in the middle of the Seaway today- when we got into international waters- I yelled to you.. "HELLLLOOOOO RENEE!!!" Did ya' hear me? lol-
I think border patrol did- but they evid. knew who you were cause they just laughed too!
Hope all is well!

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Renee,

Two of my favourite things ~ honey bees and Scotch terriers.
My Mother's family was from Scotland, way back, so I guess that is why I like the tartan and bagpipes.

Sending hugs and hope that this finds you feeling better today.

Hugs & well wishes, my friend,

kj said...

hello renee, how are you tonight?

i'll bet your answering your friends and visitors right this minute!

love love

Karin Bartimole said...

This collection made me ask a million and one questions Renee :) a bee to an inner hive, a scotty playing the world bag pipes, and a maiden calmly riding horse back through a flower filled snake pit... hmmm, what could they all be saying as a group?! i'll have to think on this.
much love, karin

Ribbon said...

bee hive woman is intriging

I like all three images

xx Ribbon :)

word verification... stuni ~ is how the bee hive woman feels :)

Ribbon said...

ooops meant to read intriguing, but intriging sounds good :)

Woman in a Window said...

That first one is terribly disturbing but yet undeniable. Holy crow. What a mind to have created that!

(You ok? Your mom? Sending my best thoughts right across Canada, k. xo)

studio lolo said...

Ooooh, wonderful selection on the menu this week. I adore the honeycomb and bee. And our little horsie friend better be careful where he steps.
The scotty is superb!

Thinking of you and sending love and smooches ;)