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1/17/13

Artists, Poets and Photographers friday and sat.

Falling Flowers ~ for Paint Party Friday and Creative Everyday




Welcome to A Creative Harbor's Friday and Saturday post. Per usual it is composed of art work, poetry and photography. Those three areas of creativity seem to keep my 'mojo' going. Didn't realize the pitcher of flowers looked like it was falling off the table until I took the photo. Could have fixed it but felt it was rather whimsical for a grey, snowy and rainy day. Also, I had completely forgotten about this local art class that I was interested in back in October 2012. When, just last week I got a call that there was an opening and would I like to join. Of course, I said yes and this is the result. I did another but will post it later. What is unique to this painting is the teacher introduced me to painting with a tree twig with India ink. I have always struggled with getting my darks in a painting so this technique seems to work for me. The ink was put in after the initial painting for emphasis and helped the painting to 'pop.'  Love learning new 'tricks' . Who says old dogs can not learn new tricks? Hmmmm? Don't believe any of it. ^_^



For Carpe Diem and Orange You Glad Its  Friday






For Weekend Reflections






For Haiku My Heart and Haiku Friday




For Black and White Weekend




We are linking today and the Saturday with the following creative bloggers:

carpe diem haiku
creative everyday
haiku my heart
haiku friday
orange you glad its friday
paint party friday


black and white weekend
weekend reflections


We wish you the best in each day.



Hugs and namaste,

and



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QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'The guns and the bombs, the rockets and warships, are all symbols of human failure.'
~ Lyndon B. Johnson























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