A little information...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I am currently caring for my sick mother and so, while I have uploaded some past works my new work will likely be slow in coming.

While life is not exactly the way I planned it right now, I wouldn't choose to be anywhere else.

I have created this blog to remind me, in the meantime, of who I am and what it is that I 'do'.

I hope you enjoy my 'stuff' as much as I enjoy yours.

Have a lovely day!

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Acquiring Sanity....
the first in a series to come

Watercolour and gauche

on paper

Copyright 2009


linda said...

this is even lovelier now, on this blog somehow...i look at this and wonder if i am only seeing a bit of it and there is more hidden from my point of view?


Marie S said...

Wow this is outstanding, I love it so much!!

CathM said...

This is gorgeous, Michelle... indeed, there is a certain 'balance'(or 'sanity', as you put it) that comes from love/sexual union... that sense of completion and wholeness. Well interpreted in both painting and title.

jeannette stgermain said...

Very interesting subject - and pleasing to the eye!

Angela Recada said...

Hello there!

I just found your blog through Renee's. Your work is gorgeous! I'll be back.

Wishing you and your mom well,

~Babs said...

Hi Michelle, glad to see you painting and posting, I've missed seeing your work.
Very intriguing piece here,,,,it feels as though the couple is floating on a magic carpet.
Should make for an interesting series.

Greener Bangalore said...

WOW!!! Amazing creation Michelle

Dr. Swill said...


Your art is amazing!!!

I wanted to let you know about an interesting cancer blog a group of cancer patients have been working on.

A fellow tongue cancer patient was sent home to die. There was nothing more that can be done. Cancer survivors ask him life altering questions.

Please read: http://beyondtheglassdoor.blogspot.com

Peace B

jozien said...

Wow! Michelle! It's me, Jozien, nice to meet you :) This painting!!!, it is how i would like to paint. I am glad you did it. Thanks.

Sadia Hussain said...

A fascinating interpretation done beautifully Michelle!

One Woman's Thoughts said...

I love this painting.