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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

New Crow Art, Russian Sage

Hi Everyone ;o) Hope you're well ;o) I've been doing tones of gardening and I got some painting done too ;o) I finished 3 more aceo's ;o)

"The Gift"
"A Magical Night"
I haven't been painting any of my baby crows lately. They haven't been talking to me. But, then something came to me. A baby crow, with my feathers ;o) I couldn't put down my paint brush! It's different, but I thought it turned out cute. Hope you like him or her ;o)
"Waiting For Mom"
I will leave you with some pictures of my Russian Sage ;o) I have four big beautiful plants of her ;o) So easy to grow and so hardy! And, the smell is amazing, if you like sage! They can become huge plants, if you don't cut them! The plants will be flowering soon! Little purple flowers. They are all green now. This is one of them ;o) Just to let you all know, you can't eat this! I dry them for potpourri and burn them ;o)

Big Hugs and Be Well ;o) 

38 comments:

  1. beautiful painting, the feathers give such a lovely texture, just like baby crows losing their down before their flying feathers come in! Very important to have sage in the gardens, its good luck and such a useful plant, (cleansing smudge)!!!!

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  2. ...super swell! ~ blessed be! ~ dear heart!...(O:
    ...(have returned with adding thee in the google plus realm ~ thee art now in mine acquaintance circle!)...

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  3. The eye on that crow in Magical Night is very expressive!! Feathers on the baby crow is truly inspired!
    That russian sage is perfect for potpourri and for special burning! I bet your gardening is keeping you in tip top shape! Hugs to you!

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  4. Your sage and crows are lovely. Baby crow is so sweet. I love the smell and taste of sage. Have a great weekend!

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  5. Loving your new paintings. The baby crow is adorable! Hope her Mum comes soon :)

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  6. I LOVE the "Waiting for Mom" feathery miracle. He looks like a little dream. The puffy feathers make him look like he is keeping himself warm until his mommy comes to get him. Yep, definitely a 'he' ;-)

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    1. Oh, and your Russian sage seems ready to take over the world!

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  7. Awesome artwork Stacy, you've done a really nice job. Hope that you are selling lots in your Etsy shop. Wish I would sell some bracelets.

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  8. Love how tenderly the crow in "The Gift" is holding the heart and "A Magical Night" is well simply magical. The baby crow is so cute, yes hope momma comes soon. And look at the sage, hope you don't get lost in there. Lol!

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  9. I've never heard of Russian Sage ... that's cool that you can use it in potpourri! You've been painting up a storm! I like that first one - she looks very regal

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  10. The Gift really spoke to me, but all of them have such fabulous energy. I have never heard of Russian Sage so I am off to Google if we can get it here. I have the perfect spot for it.

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  11. You certainly have a way with plants – your sage is stunning! I also love your baby crow – it looks so fuzzy and sweet.

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  12. Love the fragile heart nursed by the crow and of course anything that speaks to you and is translated by your interpretation then speaks to the viewer, that is a unique gift Stacy! Your garden continues to look just wonderful :) Hugs to you and your mom xoxo

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  13. Love A Magical Night! Happy Solstice!

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  14. Love your new aceos. The expectation in Waiting for Mom is fab, his feathers are a sweet cocoon.

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  15. Beautiful new ACEOs,'Waiting for Mom' is super cute, love the little feathers and pretty red flowers! x

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  16. I love your baby crow variation - so creative. And now I know which kind of sage to grow to burn. :)

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  17. Oh, that russian sage has beautifully cut leaves. Very decorative! But not as decorative as your crows. I love the fluffy baby crow and the watchful flowers. Will you be painting a supermoon crow?

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  18. So pretty!!! I love the Magical Night one, with the starry things :D

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  19. So happy you found more inspiration and created the crows. Love "Waiting for Mom!" Btw, I just ordered something from you on Etsy. Happy Weekend to you and your mom!

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  20. Great cards, however, I love your garden. You are so lucky to have sun. LOL
    Nicole/Beadwright

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  21. Hello kindred...super beautiful art as always..very magical indeed! I love your russian sage...it is one of my favorites in the garden too..never disappoints..always stunning!
    Blessings of solstice...
    Victoria

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  22. Oh I am a wee bit late ....look what I was missing ~ your lovely new art. I am enamoured with all three of these aceo's ! I love your feathers on the "Waiting for mom "
    Sage is wonderful. Much like you. ~ we use it for smudging too :)

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  23. Baby crow is so cute - I like all the feathers. The other two are beautiful as well!
    I love sage, especially the smell of it!

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  24. your sage is beautiful!!! such a green thumb..unlike me!!!
    your crows are fabulous!!!!
    "the gift" is my favorite!!!
    xoxoxo

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  25. Stacy, Your baby crow is so adorable and of course your other two paintings are gorgeous with your new style of feathers.

    I love growing and drying sage and your plant looks very healthy! I also love the fragrance of sage. To me it is a cleansing aroma.

    Big Hugs,
    Jan

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  26. Dear Stacy, magical night is my favorite this week...the flowers in it speaks to me :) you seem to love sage...I love the smell when burn inscence :) My favorit smell is styrax..so warm and sweet :) wish you much sunshine along gardening and many beautiful moments in the blooming paradise ♥ Conny
    http://piaromsartjournaling.blogspot.de

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  27. Aww, I love your newest baby crow, very sweet! I also very much like the other pieces, "A Magical Night" speaks to me especially. Lovely sage plant, I planted a white sage at my old place, but unfortunately it didn't make it. Great to see yours flourishing!

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  28. I'm loving these backgrounds you're doing with the crows. Beautiful!

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  29. I see why mom loves your paintings!! They are great!! The baby crow with the feathers (Waiting for Mom) is beautiful!

    So is your plant- tell mom to get one I am sure me and my siblings can keep it cut down. Unless it is bad for us. She only lets us have cat grass!

    Well I have to go mom says she has her own followers to check out! (Isn't nice she let me go first!) MOL!

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  30. Oh these are all so wonderful! " A Magical Night" is now my new favorite! :) For today. . .

    So wonderful to see your work and the Russian Sage is. . .wow! So lovely. We just planted our summer herbs and some spinach, lettuce and my new favorite. . . wasabi arugula!!

    A lovely week is wished to you!
    XO
    nicolas

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  31. Beautiful crows, love the feathered crow! So cute!

    Pretty sage!

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  32. The baby crows are all so beautiful and make me think of summer! The sage looks awesome. I love that is flowers too. :)

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  33. glad you said it can't be eaten. there's something about russian sage that sounds hearty and satisfying:)
    beautiful crows...
    the heat wave is unnderway here in la, but not too bad where we're at, thankfully.
    hope you have a great week!

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  34. Beautiful new work, Stacy! And I love the new style for your baby crow. :) Nice details. I love sage - which we had some here. THe scent is amazing!

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