Artists,Poets and Photographers Friday

Painted 'Fish Rocks'




Welcome to Friday's Post with paintings, photos and haiku. We have been working on 'creative' 'rock painting' and small canvas art work for a Holiday Fair. Love doing this, yet, will feel more focused after the 'Holidays'. Feel pressured to 'produce' and that is not my natural nature; tend to go with the flow and listen to my spirit. Somehow will need to practice that 'inner peace' during the up and coming season. Letting Go.


We are sharing today with:

paint party friday 
carpe diem haiku
creative everyday
fabulous friday
haiku friday
haiku my heart




haiku for Carpe Diem (prompt 'all souls day')
and haiku Friday






Photo for Fabulous Friday




Hope you have enjoyed the art, haiku and photos. Check out the blogs we are sharing with for other creative works.

Wishing you the best in the day.


Hugs and namaste,

and




We love to have you post your comments, thoughts or questions to delight us all in the day ~ especially, ArtMuseDog ^_^






QUOTE FOR THE DAY: '...But come here, fear
I am alive and you are so afraid of dying.' 
~ Joy Harjo  poem ~ 'I GIVE YOU BACK'





Comments

  1. Can sympathize, under pressure to be ready for our first craft fair on the 23rd.
    Just remember to enjoy what you do - that's all that matters.

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  2. Can sympathize, under pressure to be ready for our first craft fair on the 23rd.
    Just remember to enjoy what you do - that's all that matters.

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  3. Very cool painted rocks! It's hard sometimes when you're pressured to produce. Just try to take some time to yourself to reconnect :)

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  4. Those fish rocks are adorable. So creative. Love the way they're displayed. Good luck with it all!

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  5. those are amazing, just beautiful!Enjoy the journey, don't stress,

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  6. WOW! Carol what a wonderful haiku you share here with us. And you've posted it in such a nich haiga-form. Thank you for sharing this with Carpe Diem

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  7. Lovely post, Carol! Those fish rocks are so cute! Lovely Haiku and images too. OH yes, this time of year always gets crazy for me too. A new granddaughter due any day which means I'll be painting TWO Christmas ornaments this year instead of one, on top of all the daily sketch and blogging commitments I've taken on. I will need to practise some 'inner peace' too. xo

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  8. I love your painted fish rocks. They will be so much easier to take care of than the ones in a bowl.

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  9. Lovely work Carol; I would never think anything here was done under pressure ...the fish rocks would be great 'worry stones" for a pocket.

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  10. you are so unique amongst bloggers, your site is so friendly, welcoming, easy to read and you pick the best quotes...very unusual and beautiful blog. I can see the artist in you.

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  11. Great art work! Amazing talent and ideas!

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  12. Beautiful painting of the fish rock! I like them hanging like that..

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  13. Your work is always beautiful, Carol, and that goes for the delightful fish rocks, too. Have a lovely weekend.

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  14. I love the fish rocks - novel idea, that. And thank you for linking in. :)

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  15. I love the fish rocks - novel idea, that. And thank you for linking in. :)

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  16. Great work! Love the fish rocks!

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  17. beautiful haiku. I can really feel the tenderness.

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  18. Those rocks are great. I love how you displayed the photos of them. Happy PPF

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  19. All lovely Carol

    Happy Weekend.

    Fiona

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  20. All lovely Carol

    Happy Weekend.

    Fiona

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  21. Beautiful painted rocks, poetry and photography!
    The way you displayed the photos of the rocks is wonderful!
    ♥♥♥
    Happy PPF!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

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  22. Beautiful painted rocks, poetry and photography!
    The way you displayed the photos of the rocks is wonderful!
    ♥♥♥
    Happy PPF!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

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  23. All beautiful.... especially love the painted rocks!

    Karenx

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  24. All beautiful.... especially love the painted rocks!

    Karenx

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  25. Are the rocks glued onto the canvas and hung or are they free form? Just trying to figure it out and yes... very beautiful. I am so glad it is Art Every Day Month. I love catching up with everyone!

    Here is my entry for today.

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  26. Are the rocks glued onto the canvas and hung or are they free form? Just trying to figure it out and yes... very beautiful. I am so glad it is Art Every Day Month. I love catching up with everyone!

    Here is my entry for today.

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  27. I totally understand that "pressure to produce"! Sometimes pressure can be a good thing. After all, diamonds and pearls are a result of pressure. Channel the oyster!!

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  28. Beautiful photos and love the painted rocks! too Fun!

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  29. Loving your beautiful painted rocks am sure they will sell well, they are so pretty. Great photos as well Carol. Enjoy the weekend. Happy PPF, Annette x

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  30. i love your little beauties but so know that pressured feeling. hopefully the wild moon will help you to breathe in some peace during the holidays.

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  31. ~They look fabulous all hanging up like that!

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  32. beautiful fish rocks...your haikus are so much more effective displayed on a beautiful background like that!

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  33. Love your rocks, looks beautiful :-)

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  34. Love your rocks, looks beautiful :-)

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  35. The rocks are so fun, and I enjoyed your haikus very much.

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  36. The rocks are so fun, and I enjoyed your haikus very much.

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  37. Hi Carol,
    Beautiful blog! Love you photography and haiku.
    Thank you for visiting my blog! I live fairly close to you, in Wakefield!
    Small world!
    Artmuse Dog is adorable!

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  38. Hi Carol,
    Beautiful blog! Love you photography and haiku.
    Thank you for visiting my blog! I live fairly close to you, in Wakefield!
    Small world!
    Artmuse Dog is adorable!

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  39. Great post -- love those rocks, and great photo capture!! I like how you used the prompt to turn into a wonderful Haiga!!
    Mummer's Dance

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  40. Great post -- love those rocks, and great photo capture!! I like how you used the prompt to turn into a wonderful Haiga!!
    Mummer's Dance

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  41. So pretty and love your fish rocks - they rock. :-)

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  42. The fish rocks look fabulous... I would definitely buy one of those... well quite a few actually... would love to have some in the studio...xx

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  43. Those fish rocks are just darling! I would want a whole display of them!

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  44. i absolutely love your black and white photos... so dramatic!

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  45. Love your fish rocks! Reminded me of a documentary I saw the other night with James Cameron (Titanic). Besides making movies he is an underwater explorer and a group of explorers when 1-2 miles under the sea and there were absolutely amazing fish and unusual sea life - I think that's where your fish must have lived! :)

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  46. Those fish rocks are really fun. They'd look great with 4 or 6 hung in a grouping. Perfect for a cottage!

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  47. What great little fish! I'll bet they are fun to paint. Well, maybe the first twenty or so... I know what you mean about having to crank out "product", not that fun after a while.

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  48. like the way you've displayed your beautiful rocks - please keep following your spirit.

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  49. I did I enjoyed it all, thanks! HPPF!

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  50. These fish rocks rock! Love them! I'm stressing too about upcoming markets. Not a fun feeling. When you learn the secret to inner peace, please share ... ☺

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  51. Your little fish rocks are so imaginative and really lovely..they look well all together! I so love B&W photos!
    xx

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  52. I love your painted rocks! And I totally know how you feel about feeling pressured to produce. I'm prepping for a Holiday Art show too, and it's not as much fun as just creating because I feel my muse calling. Good luck with your show! HUGS!

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