Tuesday, May 08, 2007

spring


from my neighbours' garden

18 Comments:

Blogger daisies said...

these are real stunners : )

8/5/07 1:36 PM  
Anonymous jamie said...

Andrea, those are bea-u-tiful!!

8/5/07 5:53 PM  
Blogger carla said...

These flowers are almost as bright and colorful as your paintings! Don't you just adore spring?

9/5/07 6:02 AM  
Blogger Cynthia said...

Gorgeous Tulips! I especially like the orange/red/yellow frilly one.

My tulips are finished now, but my Alliums are almost there.

9/5/07 8:06 AM  
Blogger Cream said...

Beautiful colours seem to just come to you, Andrea!

9/5/07 9:37 AM  
Blogger Barbara said...

Ain't Spring grand?!

9/5/07 11:00 AM  
Blogger Paula Manning-Lewis said...

Love these! My favorite part of spring is all the flowers!

9/5/07 11:11 AM  
Blogger jafabrit said...

Your photographs really capture the the beautiful flowers and spring.

9/5/07 1:18 PM  
Blogger kj said...

sigh. thank you. !

9/5/07 9:48 PM  
Blogger nadine said...

I love that this post is right after the one about Event Horizon... Public art on the rooftops, public art just next door :-)

10/5/07 3:49 PM  
Blogger Sonia said...

Wow! Just stunning! Just wonderful!
I found your place through Merisi and I am glad I did!

10/5/07 8:39 PM  
Blogger Brian Lavery said...

Andrea you are such a great photographer!

10/5/07 10:35 PM  
Anonymous chitty said...

They are indeed beautiful. Pity that I will never be able to grow flowers like that. Ah, well... guess I can always go out an buy some. Not quite the same thing,is it?

11/5/07 12:42 AM  
Blogger Ces said...

One of the flowers is so bright, its almost on fire! Just lovely. I love spring and summer and fall.

11/5/07 4:53 AM  
Blogger tlc illustration said...

Hi Andrea! It feels like I've been gone from home/computer/blogging forever! I hope to get back in the swing again now. It was great fun catching up on all your entries of the past several weeks (how out of it/busy have *I* been?). Your work, whether in paint, pen or photo, is beautiful, as always. Your musings are thought provoking and wrying humorous, and your ongoing commitment to life, family and creativity is inspiring. (Can you tell I'm very happy to be able to read blogs again? :-)

One thought after your 'cluster of small artworks' girly-man post - I was perusing your etsy shop offerings and considering clustering possibilites (limited wall space, you know?) - and thought it might be interesting to offer things even *smaller* - like 4x6 or 4x4 image sizes for fun, small, little groupings... Could be sold as sets...? I'm a sucker for tiny groupings of things (the micro-mosaic room in the Vatican museum was a really big hit with me last week!)

Anyway - I've missed you! and am hoping to be able to stay more current from here on out.

Hugs!

11/5/07 8:17 AM  
Blogger Té la mà Maria said...

irreverent, iconoclastic e liberty

http://telamamaria.blogspot.com
in Catalonia - Spain

thank

11/5/07 10:38 AM  
Blogger homo escapeons said...

That fleur is unbefrickinleivable!

12/5/07 4:51 PM  
Anonymous tongue in cheek said...

The colors jumped out of these flowers and kissed me!! Oh my!!

13/5/07 10:38 AM  

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