Friday, February 17, 2012

#998 Crooked Stem



















sold Overall, it was a good day for digging. An extremely low tide allowed us (me and Brie) to walk out into the middle of the inlet which is usually filled with water. Brie dug for buried treasure (although I think her idea of a good find is not the same as mine), I dug to kill time waiting for Brie to exhaust the joy of digging, and the clamdiggers dug for, well, clams.
digging life, acrylic, 4x4" .

13 comments:

  1. I know, imagine the shriek (maybe you heard it) when I logged onto blogger and all my pictures were gone - of course, I did the only thing I could do and emailed Kelley MacDonald - hi KM - but all is right with the world now, pictures back - phew, onward (or is it onwards?) - eh.

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  2. Wow! Another gem Lisa! You have a great sense of color and design. I am so very much looking forward to #1000! Bravo!
    ABM

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  3. This painting is lovely...looking forward to 1,000!!!! what an accomplishment.

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  4. This is exciting! I am already hearing the drum roll! One thousand small paintings! Amazing Lisa! And this one is a complete gem! I love the perspective.

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  5. The color and brush strokes of the water are absolutely perfect.

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  6. The colors combination is magical. Very rich.

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  7. Beautiful as always... I'm counting down with the rest :) 2 to go!!! So excited for you! :)

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  8. I've been counting down for quite some time! Whatever you decide to paint for #1000will be perfect.


    Your #1 Cheerleader!

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  9. Stunning!
    I'm so excited to see #1,000!

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  10. Beautiful! I love the how the colors and shapes are stacked!

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