where my art lives {1920s cottage}

November 21, 2013

 
When I began painting 4 years ago,
it was with much encouragement from
artist friend Melissa James .



Melissa HAD to have this large gritty
Pete Townshend panel (on wood) by me
and placed it on her enclosed porch
near the front door.
She loves the glittery gold I used for extra
sparkle at night.

Peace to you right where you are.






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12 comments

  1. Aww, Jinxy is so cute! :-)

    http://tinajoathome.com/

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  2. LOVE your friends cottage, 1920's s the best era, and her beautiful photography. all perfect for your art!
    xx
    debra

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  3. How wonderful for you to discover a new talent. Your friends home is very charming. Loving the black and white.

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  4. Gorgeous place and styled beautifully!! Your fabulous piece is right at home there, Michele!! And what a cool wreath :)
    xLoi

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  5. Absolutely gorgeous! Lovely space and I adore your Townsend panel.

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  6. Love everything!!!
    Beautifully curated!

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  7. What a beautiful home.....I can see each piece was lovingly and purposefully placed....looks like a magazine shoot!

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  8. OOH I love this, she has wonderful taste and what a great eclectic eye! THanks for sharing and have a wonderful weekend!

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  9. Charmingly chic is the perfect description and your art fits in perfectly. How wonderful that it greets Melissa's guest when they come to visit. Have a beautiful and serene weekend! XOXO

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  10. What fun Michele and I can see why you are friends:) Beautiful cottage and I like all the unique pieces. Her wreath is so pretty. What a great idea! xxL

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  11. she has the best eye, and every vignette styled and captured by her is magazine worthy!

    michele

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  12. Oh god, i love the peace wreath and her house and jinxy! Your art is amazing on her porch too! What a cool look she has...

    Cindy

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