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Monday, February 28, 2011

Invisible

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This morning I woke up to the most beautiful sheer glazing of ice, lightly covering everything.  
Perfect timing.

I've been delayed in posting (and most all normal activities) because something new has been under foot.

14 comments:

A Gift Wrapped Life said...

Looks like you have had the same distraction as I have had Karen.........new puppies, lots of work but so much love.Enjoy. XO

Jennifer said...

Congratulations!

That pooch has the same face as one of ours!Although I think yours looks like the bod has more black. I'll send you a photo. The face similarity is kind of freakish... in a good way. :)

silvina said...

"under foot"? or on top of your feet? Your new baby is looking gorgeous!!!

Love that delicate, transparent ribbon!

Linda Popple said...

He - She is beautiful! And those eyes are so expressive! Congratulations!

Cindy Michaud said...

Love the gift...both of them. Best wishes with what's ahead...

Fay Terry said...

So great to have another heartbeat in your house.
Best Wishes!
Beautiful canine and beautiful painting.
The icy look of it makes me feel cold!

Karen Appleton said...

Hey Sande! We are both in puppy mode right now :) Yours is sooooo adorable!

Jennifer, I could not believe the similarity!! Half brothers for sure :)

Ha Silvina, yes! More like on top of foot, and biting foot, and sitting on foot! Only one tail whipping so far :)

Thank you Linda, he knows how to work those eyes to get away with everything already!

Thank you so much Cindy!! I enjoyed checking out your blog! Thank you for commenting!!

Hi Fay! Thank you for visiting my blog and thank you for the wishes and compliments!!

Kimberly Santini said...

Another gorgeous painting!! So will your next one be inspired by a certain black and white muse? congratulation!!

Karen Appleton said...

Thank you Kim! I'm certain my new muse will shake things up a bit :)

Kate Lewis said...

I love the minimalism in this painting. It is so quiet yet powerful. Nice work, Karen!

Laurel Alanna McBrine said...

Beautiful - the painting and the doggie!

Karen Appleton said...

Thank you Kate! Yes, very minimal, especially compared to what I'm working on now. It was difficult to switch gears so fast actually. Can't wait to see your new paintings :)

Hi Laurel, thank you so much for visiting my blog and your compliment! Henry says thank you too!

G. Ruizlimón said...

Hi. I have been folowing your blog for a while. I really like this painting! Yes, the green robon...the pink one...but this one is great. Thanks for sharing.

Art Coaches said...

Thanks, I’ve seen your blog before during my, all of the ex-pats are linked together, which is really cool. Thanks for the mention and I put your link up here too.