Thursday, 8 July 2010

Scenes From The Mess In My House





Uh oh, I'm panicking again because I need to do another post in a hurry.  Here is a selection of my artwork interspersed with my mess.  That's it, really.
















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17 comments:

  1. but it's a lovely mess :-) Love all of your art as always!!

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  2. Not a mess..........a LIFE! Lovely petite post. K

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  3. Artwork is the very loveliest of messes. As an old friend said, "You have to break a few eggs to make an omelette".

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  4. Love the Fornasetti vase with the tulips. Enjoy the social summer swirl - it should soon quieten down. I have an urge to take off to Scotland, and a bit of culture in London. (That came out wrong - Scotland has culture too, but I'm rather favouring "roaming in the gloaming" from the latter.)

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  5. I really like the top right portrait - very characterful!

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  6. Thanks everyone for putting a nice gloss on things!

    Columnist, I am waiting for my diary to clear soon and settle down to relish what summer is left. No doubt our lovely weather will crash and burn and give way to August rain. Oh do come to London!

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  7. Maritime observer11 July 2010 at 13:50

    Cordial greetings to R-C-L-V. You are much too modest to describe the background to your posts as a 'mess'. If I achieved as well ordered an environment as I see there I would think myself very accomplished. I do like the use of watercolour as a medium - it can communicate so much - do you have an archive? Perhaps landscapes, seascapes (or even cityscapes, if that is the appropriate word)?

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  8. rurritable, thank you.. I have farming and animal husbandry envy, not to mention all your other accomplishments.

    Maritime Observer - thank you, too. I have a wretched archive of fragments of ideas and unframed drawings, paintings etc. and need to have an affair with a picture framer!

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  9. Dear Painter. So nice to see you did a quick tidy before you let the photographers in! Still love the wallpaper and your paintings are really quite lovely - as the proud recipient of one I can honestly say they are terrific.

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  10. Oh Blue, the mess doesn't improve but I am having a new study/studio built upstairs right now. Thank you for such a kind comment.

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  11. What lovely paintings! You are truly talented!! I especially love the shoe paintings. Love the post about the Polish wedding. I am half Polish so I got a chuckle on that post. It looks like you had fun!
    I just became a follower of yours. I hope you can stop by and visit me.
    Have a wonderful day.
    XoXo
    Gail

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  12. Gail, thanks so much. I enjoyed visiting your Blog too.

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  13. Christina, it's great to have a compliment - thank you.

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  14. Ok now when are you going to show the REAL mess?
    These were wonderful still life arrangements I'd say....but of course you are an artist and even your messes are aesthetic! Yeah!

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  15. Lynne, the mess has almost gone for the time being. A new study has enabled me to tidy my kitchen.. for the time being? But thank you for your kind comment.

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