Saturday, November 1, 2008

"Giving Flight..."

...to a bit of imaginative fantasy
to
Celebrate the first day of
"Art Every Day" Month...November 2008!

"The gift of fantasy has meant more to me
than my talent for absorbing positive knowledge."
~Albert Einstein

12 comments:

Anita Davies said...

What a gorgeous beginning

Betty said...

It's a STUNNER. I would have to agree that your imagination has beautiful wings!!!

Christie said...

Oh, wow! This is a beaut!

Stephen Hall said...

I love this, you have a wonderful imagination.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

I do delight in your gift of fantasy Margaret. This is beautiful, a great beginning to November daily drawing. I wish I had your gift I would do this too. This ability to flow...I am trying to relax and flow. It just doesn't come to me this way. SIGH~~

Ann said...

Oh my, this is stunning.

Serena said...

A beautiful drawing to kick start the month, Margaret.....I LOVE the colours!

E-J said...

So beautiful!

Not in any way wishing to pin down the butterfly and kill its magic ... but where/how do you start with a piece like this, Margaret? Does the line always come before the colour? I'm nosy that way. :)

Teri C said...

It is a beauteous beginning!!!

Hey, please email me. I tried to email you and it would not go through. I wanted to ask you what Photoshop product you use.

Leah said...

oo, this is gorgeous margaret! it makes me think of an iris seen through a kaleidoscope.

studio lolo said...

I have this friend who does the most amazing doodles. I even had her enter a triptych in one of my shows even though she balked and said she wasn't an artist, that she only "doodles." But after seeing your hand post last week, I sent her the link. Little did she know that she'd been doing Zentangles all along!!! She was so inspired by your post and your work, and now she feels "validated!" So, thank you Margaret for the zentangle link. I'm hoping she'll start a blog.
Now about this piece...OMG, amazing amazing amazing!

Ro Bruhn said...

This is fabulous. I love your designs, so intricate.