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Sunday, March 12, 2017

Hi Everyone!
Hope you're well!
For the past few days, we have been getting very high winds and we've been in a deep freeze too!!! Monday night into Tuesday, (finishing Wednesday), of this coming week, we are suppose to get 20-30cm's of snow, plus high winds again. We are under a special storm alert! They still aren't sure how bad it's going to be,  but they're telling everyone to be prepared!

But, I was lucky today! The sun came out, so I could take pictures!!!

I finished the painting I showed you before. I decided, no eye!
"Silver White Light Blessing" (12" x 16" canvas)
I also finished another one.
"Be Fearless" (4" x 6" linen canvas paper)
This is a sneak peak of the painting I'm working on now.
Thanks again for all your support! Means the world to me!
Big Hugs!

32 comments:

  1. Woo Hoo! I love them all. Silver White turned out wondrous.
    Stay safe and warm.
    Hugs

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  2. Love it! And that sneak peek is very intriguing.

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  3. You are so industrious, dear Stacy! I also love them all! Love and hugs to you, and stay warm.

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  4. Stay safe! We have a blast of cold right now but we won't be getting the snow with it.
    That first one rocks and that third one has an awesome start.

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  5. "Silver White Light Blessing" is a blessing Stacy!!! Gorgeous painting!!!
    "Be Fearless" doesn't look in the least afraid of anything :)
    Your background is looking great for your new painting!
    Stay warm and safe, dear friend. Spring will be here soon 🌷

    Big Hugs 💕

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  6. Wow, you have been really busy and productive. Love the finished version of silver white light. 'be fearless' is wonderful, too, and I am looking forward to seeing the third one finished. Stay safe when the weather is bad, hope it soon gets better. Take care! Hugs, Valerie

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  7. oh dear reading about your weather made me feel cool!

    hope storm passes without any damage dear.
    i truly LOVED the first painting ,what a blessed angle you revealed through it .
    second is also amazing.Blessings to you !

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  8. Wonderful crows! :) We're lucky and have sunshine scheduled for the week. :)

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  9. Sending hugs to keep you warm and safe...and utter admiration for your paintings XXX

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  10. Cool paintings. Hope the weather subsided.

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  11. Cool paintings. Hope the weather subsided.

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  12. If it makes you feel any better, we're also under a Winter storm/bllizzard for Tues. Stay safe and paint!

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  13. It seems our cities will be smacked with the same snow-kiss. Ours is supposed to start at midnight. I hope it's not as bad as they are predicting.

    Love "Silver White Light Blessing". Your no eye decision fits well, it makes the spiral on the chest area look all-seeing.

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  14. Beautiful works Stacy! It sounds like we are going to be hit hard too! Enjoy. I know you love the snow. I am dreading the digging out. LOL. It has been so warm up until now!

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  15. I'm thinking of renting myself out to communities who are tired of bad weather. I went home recently to visit my mom, as you know, and the week before I was home they had a bog freeze and 5" snowstorm, which is EXACTLY the weather I wanted to see and why I wanted to travel in February, then the week I was there? Record high temps. Highest in 100 years. . . Then I returned home to find that while I was gone my town too had terrible weather, including snowfall and high winds. Now I am back and yesterday here? 64 and sunny! What? Now my mom is telling me they are getting 6-10 inches of snow tonight less than a week after I left!! So, I am for hire. . . need good weather? I must be the "lucky" charm. . . *sigh* lol

    Beautiful work Stacy! Its a joy to be back and to be seeing the new work all of my creative friends are producing. Always inspiring!!

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  16. Hi as always your art is full of emotions. I love the "no eye" That leaves the viewer with so many directions to go with this piece. Very well done my friend. Stay warm and say hi to mom for me.

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  17. All 3 paintings look fab, even the unfinished one! Stay warm inside!

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  18. The finished paintings look great! I am excited to see what you do with your work in progress.

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  19. Goodness a special storm alert ... stay safe and warm!

    I do like 'Silver White Light Blessing' works perfectly with 'no eye' a gorgeous painting.

    'Be Fearless' looks good too.

    I'm interested in seeing your WIP.

    Enjoy your week

    All the best Jan

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  20. Stay warm. We're much further south and it's going to be in the 20's (F) on Wednesday. All our beautiful blossoms will suffer I'm sure.
    R

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  21. I hope you stay cozy during the storm. I bet sunshine on fresh snow is a site to behold.

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  22. Be safe and warm my friend. This year is so weird with weather. We had snow and freezing temps last week and today I have my sliding door open and it's going to be in the high 70's F. Please keep in touch and let us know how you are doing!

    I am IN LOVE with both of your new paintings!!! I saw the large one with no eye on your banner and got excited to see the rest. I know I have said it before however that never stopped me from repeating myself, lol, I am so happy that you are going bigger and bigger with your Crows! I also feel very lucky that I have gotten the privilege to have met you way back when and watch your art grow from ACEO's to now! You are an amazing woman and friend. Love you! R

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  23. Glad you had some sunshine before all this snow. We are under a blizzard right now. Winds are howling and the snow is swirling. I keep telling myself that spring will be here in a few weeks. I do not want to go shovel again. :(

    Love the finished paintings. All of them are fabulous!
    ~Jess

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  24. Wow, what a difference in our weather systems. We are in a spring heat wave in the 80s! This is the first week I haven't worn long johns under my jeans at work,lol. Beautiful paintings! I love the idea of having "no eye". Very mysterious and intriguing!Hugs and smiles!!!

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  25. A being without sight I believe sees more at times than some.

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  26. I actually love that there is no eye on the crow. So glad you found the solution for it :-) Stay safe Stacy - and stay inside!! Sounds terrible with that weather... Big hugs😍

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  27. Ooh! I'm already loving the ambiance in that sneak peek. It's been pretty chilly here, for Florida, meaning it dipped below 50! *gasp* Normally March around here is full of summer-like weather for the rest of the US, so this is really...shocking. Heck, we debating hitting the pool last week.

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  28. Stacy, we have had ugly weather too , but not cold just windy very windy that our allergies are through the roof. your paintings are fabulous as always hugs friend..

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  29. I love the crow without an eye. It looks magnificent.
    The new painting looks interesting. I like the circular motion. It will be interesting to see what comes next.

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  30. Hope your day is sunny and productive.
    Hugs,

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  31. Last week, here in Eastern PA. we got up to 24 inches of snow and winds as well, but the snow stopped later that afternoon. Glad you made it through your storm. Can not wait until the winter weather is completely done.

    Loving the new art.

    Take care!!

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