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"Gated Beauty" SOLD

“Gated Beauty”
8 x 8in oil on museum quality panel
 Roses showing bare restraint, corralled but not hidden, by gates of blue and buildings old.
Perhaps more impacting because we didn’t expect to find them,
 in this place,
on that street,
by the tumbled down house,
on an absented farm. 
Isn’t that precisely the beauty of the journey,
The not knowing what hidden delights lie ahead,
down any old road we happen to find ourselves on:) 
(Course it never hurts when the road is in France…..)!


And in other news–out of all the winners reading this (yes, I’m talkin’ to you) there are three winners whose names have been drawn to receive their choice of one of my books. 
Emails have been sent out—better check your mail:))
Eddie and I are so excited we can scarcely stand it!
Eddie says if you didn’t win, not to worry.
It’s the yin and yang of life…
P.S.  sometimes Eddie worries me. 

 P.S.S.actually most times Eddie worries me.
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  • june in ireland - October 18, 2011 - 4:21 pm

    I love ambling down hidden, off-the-beaten track streets and alleys like this one, to be rewarded with such vivid colours and light. Looking at this, it reminds me how I don’t do that sort of ambling and meandering enough, but will do more of, beginning tomorrow. Hidden gems to be discovered and be delighted by.

    A beautiful painting, Dreama. And a beautiful napping Eddie – that sleeping position of his is very familiar to me, as our Benny (who is also a big black and white fella) also sleeps this way, and he too looks very yin and yang. Benny’s a bit different to Eddie, I think, though…Eddie likes to get into a bit of mischief now and again. But Benny? All Benny wants to do is sleep.ReplyCancel

  • Mary Sheehan Winn - October 18, 2011 - 10:18 am

    Eddie’s awesome 😀ReplyCancel

  • FCP - October 18, 2011 - 9:27 am

    oh how hilarious–Eddie does look like yin yang!
    whew, good one Dreama.
    And I especially love how you handled the light in this painting!ReplyCancel

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