January Gallery

January has been a month of outside vs inside

garden and art.

Trying to choose between them can be hard.

Like finding the balance between light and dark.

 

Resin Table

So when I find time for both it is wonderful.

 

 

 

 

25 responses to “January Gallery”

  1. Finding the balance between light and dark… It’s a great approach in art, and a highly effective approach in life, as a whole. 😊

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    1. Yep, sometimes the wobble is all that makes you realise you have “veered” πŸ™‚

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  2. There’s always the two sides to everything, sometimes the balance gets a little skewed but sometimes the balance hits the ideal and then everything zings!
    Great pics and lovely art!

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    1. True. Thanks πŸ™‚

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  3. The best part of all, you don’t have to choose – you can enjoy both! And so can we, through your pictures. ☺️

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    1. Well, sometimes I do, or I try to do, some of both in the same day. Glad you liked the photos.

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  4. Your outside is beautiful and is probably fueling inspiration for the inside which is equally beautiful. A perfect balance in my books. πŸ’–

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    1. Thank you Miriam. I do live in a lovely piece of a lovely place. I am always glad that this is my spot.

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  5. I got to enjoy your breathtaking images before my connection crashed. It’s a great day to enjoy both outside and inside.

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    1. Sorry your internet crashed, but glad you liked my pics. We are having some lovely summer weather here, although it is a bit up and down (37C one day then snow above 1000m 3 days later)!! Just a little weird

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      1. Thank you, Claudette. There is much to catch up on, so I enjoy visiting your blog. Your photographic style is my kind of eye candy πŸ˜‰ I’m enjoying what’s normal spring-like weather here on a ranch in the southeast corner of the northwest, USA. being rather remote, internet crashes are common, but some of the perks make it worthwhile. I can always drive to town for wifi and fresh Kodak moments. I’m glad to meet you.

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        1. Glad to meet you too. Hope you have a lovely weekend.

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  6. Great set here. A couple are outstanding !

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  7. All great, but with this batch I’m most drawn to “Acrylic Paint on Canvas”. It almost looks like a sinister bundt cake, leading us into temptation…

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    1. ok, not sure I am seeing cake, but whatever floats your snack tray is ok. (sure you’re not relapsing and having delusions of sinister bundt cake? )
      I actually see the heart of a lily-like flower (but that’s just me. Also, in reality this is a very small panting, only a couple inches high and wide, the pic on the screen does make it look intimidating.

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  8. The last one is my favourite

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    1. I admit that the colour of the table is a bit more lively from the reflection of the umbrella – but hey, it makes me feel like that when I sit out there. Thanks WD

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  9. Some of that artwork reminds me of beautiful batik fabrics I have worked with in the past, stunning! Lazing Limpet made me smile, sweet!

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    1. Thanks Melissa. I do like the abstract patterns in batik too. Limpet is a sweet little cat, she follows me when I am in the garden trying to make me pat her (I’m allergic, so she often doesn’t succeed, but she keeps trying).

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  10. Wow. Those coasters are stunning. And the table-top.

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    1. Hi Ali, thanks for the lovely compliment. I enjoyed making them. Just had a squizzy at your blog, which looks delightful, and as I am an “sometime” gardener I think it will be interesting to me, so have pressed follow. Hope your weekend is fantastic.

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