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"Pieces of France" SOLD

“Pieces of France”
12 x 12in oil on museum quality panel

A hand-me-down table, blue shutters and things blooming are all pieces of a beautiful French puzzle.
What’s missing?
Coco the cat…he was on the lower shelf of the table just moments before–otherwise,
 the name of the painting would be…” Pieces of Fur in France”.

In Other News:
 Wondering what makes for a good workshop??

Shared Moments
Jacksonville Workshop II Artists
Jeremy, Gigi, Diane, Martha, Terry, Gertrude, Dinah, Theresa, Becky, Jennifer, Jenny, Patricia, Mary, Joan, Sherri, Vijaya, and Barbara!

The perfect recipe for a batch of beautiful paintings that made me smile!

Artist Jeremy laying on the color!

We were surrounded by beautiful artwork everywhere at the Eileen Corse Gallery:)

Lots of sunshine in our musical easel pieces.  

I am honored and humbled to share with the artists that show up at my workshops.  They are such amazing people.
This second Jacksonville workshop was no exception—
filled with exceptional people who just happen to be artists as well.  

What a beautiful world:))!

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  • lois MADELINE nicholls - November 4, 2012 - 9:57 pm

    I am am so grateful that my daughter and son-in- law are fine, although they experienced the storms this past week. Others are suffering great losses and I am grateful for all those who are volunteering to help and are making efforts to create hope, comfort and true assistance.ReplyCancel

  • Antoinette - November 4, 2012 - 3:19 pm

    I’m grateful for hope, for the ability to persevere no matter the challenges life brings our way, and for grace to make it through the storms many of us are facing. I’m grateful for everyone coming together to help the victims of Sandy, and that God answers prayer.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - November 4, 2012 - 2:34 pm

    I am grateful for the beauty of the farmers’ fields outside my windows and the spectacular salmon sunset which I sat and watched. Enjoying the beauty of nature makes my heart sing and my soul smile!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - November 4, 2012 - 9:34 am

    Today, as I listen to the waterfall in my koi pond, see the butterflies fluttering around the butterfly bush, and hear the birds singing their melodic tune, I am grateful for the warmth of the sunshine and all it encompasses here at my meditation spot and my chance to share a moment with myself and my God.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - November 4, 2012 - 9:27 am

    Love those mountains of fall colors….yellow reds, oranges, maroons, evergreens….
    Karen JeanReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - November 4, 2012 - 8:46 am

    Hi Dreama! My sister Joan Terrell introduced me to your website and that is one of the things I am grateful for! Another thing I am grateful for is my son who is up from B Aires this week and I were recipients of a random act of kindness. We walked to my Starbucks and were in line to order 2 coffees when the gentleman, Jonathan, who was in front of us, said, “I am buying your drinks!” and then warmly smiled. You could feel the love radiating from a total stranger and we let it soak in. There are MANY wonderful people on this earth and Jonathan’s act was just to sprinkle a bit of love to fertilize the world so that more random acts of kindness can be performed between total strangers or with people you know. Life is great and I appreciate your adding your positive spin on it for all of us:) Have a wonderful day!
    Sandy FoyReplyCancel

  • Nancy Toth - November 4, 2012 - 8:02 am

    Good Morning Dreama…
    I just read your daily email. thank you for my morning dose of color! ..and beauty!!!! Maybe I will paint this afternoon!!??

    Nancy TOthReplyCancel

  • June - October 17, 2012 - 6:00 pm

    Even though Coco the cat isn’t there, this is still such a beautiful, glorious painting. The colours and the light just bring such a smile to my face and lighten and brighten my day.

    As for the sugar, yes – I agree – you need that for all the serious work going on in your workshops, lol. More like serious play and fun, going by all the happiness you can see and actually sense while looking at these photos.

    Thanks for sharing these photos with those who haven’t yet had the pleasure and delight of experiencing one of your amazing workshops…yet. I still continue to live in hope.ReplyCancel

    • Dreama Tolle Perry - October 17, 2012 - 11:37 pm

      June–always love reading what you have to say and appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts:)) Hugs to you in Ireland!ReplyCancel

  • art by Michael Perchard - October 17, 2012 - 9:22 am

    Hello Dreama!
    I love “Piece Of France” for so many varied and wonderful reasons. The beautiful colors, the fantastic composition, your fantastic style and so much more make this piece a joy to look at over and over again.
    This is my first visit to your exciting blog and I will be back again soon.
    Take care and keep painting.

  • Sharon Lynn Williams - October 15, 2012 - 11:31 am

    Hi Dreama: I received my gorgeous painting and it is as lovely as I had imagined it would be! Thank you so much, and for the journal, which will come in very useful 🙂 I found it really interesting to see what changes you made to the above painting from the time it left your easel until you photographed it. You really Dreama-ized it with lots of colourful pure bits of colour, breaking up the surfaces and letting the jewel tones sing. Glad that you posted your photo reference also. Always fascinating to see how an artist interprets their reference. Hope you will continue to show your work in progress a bit!
    Love and hugs

    • Dreama Tolle Perry - October 16, 2012 - 11:44 am

      Sharon–thank you and so glad you are happy with the painting–makes me smile just thinking about it:)

      Glad you enjoyed the painting in process pic too–I never think much about those things–that was a photo my hubby snapped during a break;)) before it was dreama-ized–as you so cutely put it. Remembering to do it while IN progress is always the challenge:)) I’ll try to do better:)

      Big Hugs to you!

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