Sunday, November 6, 2011

SUNDAY SHARING

Sunday Sharing is all about focusing on a few new followers of my blog who have shown up on my followers block of folks.  I'm happy to share them with you and hope you'll have some time to check out their blogs and webpages.

1.  Felicity Grace has several blogs and a website so you will see many beautiful things if you follow them all today as you sip your cup of coffee or tea this morning.  I'll send you to the first one and you can go on from there - I recommend that you do!  Sketches by Fiz, her colored pencil sketching blog, had me at the first page.  Lovely, light, airy renderings of nature caught my eye and made me stay there for a while and decide I had to add her to my blogroll so I remember to return :)  This is a lady who has talent and skill and I imagine her life story would be very interesting - she currently lives in Geneva, Switzerland but has lived in Kuwait.  Perhaps she should chronicle her life story??  Whether she does, or not, there are plenty of beautiful works to see in her blogs and in her webpage.

2.  Jane Sorgetz is another new follower from Brazil.  Her blog is full of powerful color, great shapes, and much creativity.  If you like seeing art taken to it's craftiest side, visit her blog and see some things you'll want to own - or at least see some things you'll want to try your hand at making :)

3.  I am very happy to share this next blogger with you.  Lisa Le Quelenec is a wonderful artist, painting loose lovely soft watercolors and acrylics.  I discovered her from Maggie Latham's blog and the 100 Washes Challenge blog and had to add Lisa to my sidebar.  She paints the way I wish I could paint - and I'm finding there are many artists out there who have that light touch that I seem to yearn for but know isn't in me - so I get my visual pleasure from seeing paintings like Lisa creates.  If you love watercolor and what it can do when it's allowed to flow and be watercolor, you'll enjoy this trip over to her Seaside Studios blog!

I hope you enjoy all three of these artists and their creations!  Have a good Sunday.  Go create something beautiful! 

(If you're in the US, did you remember to "Fall Back" today?  I didn't, so now I have an extra hour of time I didn't think I'd have this morning! ha ha)

11 comments:

conservativelybohemian said...

The last two bloggers show that the blog is not found when I try to click on them. Wonder what happened? At any rate, the first artist's work is indeed beautiful!

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks for letting me know, Sherry. I might have typed in a wrong letter - I'll fix the links now.

RH Carpenter said...

LOL! I can understand not typing in all the Spanish correctly, but for Lisa's it was all because I left out an "s" in Studios :) Fixed now!

Irina said...

Thank you for very interesting links, Rhonda! Every link works fine.

Lisa Le Quelenec said...

Wow Rhonda, thank you so much for the link and your comments about my work. I'm really touched by your kindness and generosity. I wish you a fantastically creative week. -happy painting.

conservativelybohemian said...

Indeed, all of their work is beautiful! I love some of the Brazilian artist's ideas too (I can't remember her name; I'm so sorry). Stunning blogs, Rhonda!

RH Carpenter said...

Glad you enjoyed them, Irina and Sherry :)

Lisa, you are most welcome for any comments from me that come straight from the heart :) Your work is what watercolor is all about and I wish I had your light, skillful touch - it's what I aim for in the future.

Celeste Bergin said...

great links ...thanks for sharing!

RH Carpenter said...

Glad you enjoyed them, Celeste!

Ginny Stiles said...

My artistic goal is to get my blog on your favorite links list.
I SO enjoy your blog.
By the way, I just got my "artistic license" from Brenda Swenson. See my Nov 8 post. http://ginnystiles.blogspot.com

RH Carpenter said...

Ginny, if you're asking about the Sunday Sharing spotlights, all I do it pick 3 new followers from my sidebar that have blogs :) I have an artistic license, too, but it's not as cool as this one!