Drinking Alcohol taught me how to fly
Then it took away the sky....

Monday, March 21, 2011

WINNER OF CES' ART (4th DIMENSIONAL)

THE YOUNG LINDOL  --Ces P Adorio
An artist friend, Ces, is as bored reading, as I am writing, about how wonderfullll etc., she is in life as wife, mother, artist, employed woman, artist, writer, painter, squiggler, and artist. Her work speaks for itself.

Periodically CES gives a drawing or painting to one of her readers through a "pick from a hat". Guess who won Sunday March 20, 2011...yep, me.


Ces wrote on her blog:
Steve E won the giveaway of The Young Lindol, a signed and matted giclee print on acid-free and archival materials. The mat measures 11"x14" with an 8"x10" window.

DEDICATED TO THE SUFFERING IN OUR WORLD
AND TO CES ADORIO

As the moon is so much full and high
That is when all the witches fly
And sometimes they cry

Yes...they try
To always deny
Their true feelings,

Though hidden
From  the rest of us
In beauty 

Of art, humor
And poetic expressions.
 

It is that most desired
And desirable
Passionate Compassion
Which a true witch experiences

Toward world's suffering Peeps
While moon's tide also weeps...
--Steve E

22 comments:

  1. Aaaaawwwww! This is so sweet!

    WHAAAAAATTTT?!!! You are bored writing about me? Hmmmmppphh!

    Hahahaha!

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  2. ...and you deserve it! YES YOU DO!

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  3. My word verification was "limpr"

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  4. Word vari= LIMPR

    1. Did they leave out the "E"?

    2. WHY are you telling ME this word...Hmmmm? WHO has been talking to you, Ces? HAHAHAHAH

    3. OK...NOT deserving, but I'll TAKE it. I LOVE it--you KNOW that!!!!--happy, happy!

    4. I looked up giclee, and could teach it to a class now.

    5. I'll letcha know if it still good after 200 years! Ohhhh. Where will YOU be? Painting Heaven's Gate? Or a fire of the Witch's Dance?

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  5. DAFT SCOTS LASS!
    I have admired her work, and her 'sparring' nature for a year or more. She has a good time trading comments with her friends after midnight..

    And I was hoping you would enjoy her talent also.
    Thank for coming on in today.
    PEACE!

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  6. nice..love that pic...how lucky you are to have received it...she really is a wonderful artist...

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  7. And thank you to the kind comments from your friends.

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  8. It is a beautiful print, to a wonderful and grateful winner indeed!! Enjoy!!!! <3

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  9. Hah! It's fun to take a break with positives.

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  10. BRIAN!
    Thank you! That is my fourth picture (to match Fourth Dimension?--grin!) Some day I'll open a "Ces Gallery" in Naples. JUST FOR SHOW! I have put the others in nice, wood frames, and after the new one gets here, I'll post them in a group.

    GABI!
    You do not realize how glad am I to see you visit today. It is a fine, lovely day--and I hope for you as well. Fine and lovely, with "all unnecessary stress removed". Ces is a talented artist, and a "good Peep"!

    CES!
    Positively--grin!

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  11. Psssttt...guess who! Yes, I have come back and have a new blog. I love the peice that Ces gave you. By the sounds of it we may have a few things in common...yes? I will certainly check out her blog. I am so looking forward to reconnecting with you and all the others here in the blogger world!
    Blessings to you!
    ~A

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  12. 'While moon's tide also weeps...'
    WOW that's a line for the archives...

    and I love Ces, for all she loves you and because she comments No Matter WHAT!!! LOL

    Beautiful!

    Hugs to both

    Sweetly Well deserved, dear STEVE
    ;-)

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  13. Oh yes, Steve, you are most deserving! It couldn't have gone to a nice person, honestly. Wonderful words to go along with it, too. Passionate compassion is what we all need right now. Bravo, maestro!

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  14. It's a beautiful picture and is set in the night time - hmmm, who likes the night?

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  15. ATIYANNA!
    OH! Peeps are coming back from all parts--at just the correct moments--It will do your Witch's soul good to blog some, write some, pictures some, recovery, etc. You will SEE! We all need each other in this huge life-game, lately become a chess board. WELCOME BACK Atiyanna + four years of sober. Why should I feel proud about that? No reason--but I AM--grin!!!

    DULCE!
    You are HERE! Welcome as well, girl. Funny! One line I get for my archives, which prior to now boasted only a title: "Archives"--grin!
    PEACE!

    BELLA SINCLAIR!
    Blog world is a total universe, with its own heaven and hell. Let's see...first I 'accidentally' met Manon Doyle, through her blog then, CES. Soon to follow, Ces's FRIENDS!
    I cannot deny loving this world of the most creative paintings, drawings, beautiful prosing
    and SO friendly commenting. My acceptance into your group of Peeps has blessed me--in a positively positive way.
    PEACE!

    MAGPIE!
    OK, I admit I am a 'night-Peep' by nature. I can
    change that, but this old body always slinks back into moonlit darkness. I love the quiet, the peacefulness of a sleeping half-world.

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  16. Wow! Steve, you lucky man. How lovely is the painting! I like the way Ces paints. Her eye for detail is indeed marvellous.

    And, you deserve this, dear Steve.

    Have a great day and week.

    Joy always,
    Susan

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  17. Enjoy! lovely print- Glad you will have it to hang somewhere nearby.

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  18. You are a lucky man, Steve...such a beautiful piece of art. You can play your violin and admire it!

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  19. SUSAN!
    How I love your (always) enthusiasm on your blog and in comments--I 'do' that also! Thank you for your remarks about the pen-and-ink drawing. I have 3 others, 2 of acorns, and one of an elephant. JOY TO YOU TOO!

    IZZY!
    Thank you for visiting. Art is in my realm of 'unknowing'. But I "...know what I like, I like what I see, and I say to myself.....That's for Meeee" (Borrowed from the song!)--grin!

    RNSANE!
    Yesss! And that is what I'll do. I think you have the right idea. When in ambient atmosphere of fine and beautiful art, music making becomes a joy. In Cincinnati years ago, we played concerts of opera excerpts in the Art Museum.
    Thrilling. Chilling, surrounded by all that genius, that creativity.

    PEACE!

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