Thursday, June 24, 2010

"Mosaic Goddess" #8 of 8 series(O:







Here is the final piece of this 8 painting series. I just had to squeeze in a mosaic somewhere! Now let's see what kinds of things I can do with these images?!?! Stay tuned.............

10 comments:

  1. Very nice work,i especially like the daydream goddess,they are very decorative,lovely colours and i'm sure there are many possibilities where they can be used,why not make another 4 and make a calender,Greetings,Renilde

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  2. I love that idea renilde. Love the whole series and can't wait to see what you do. Will prints be available??? LOVE your art!!!

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  3. Another stunning Goddess! I can't say I have a favorite; they are each stunning, making an awesome collection, as well as beautiful individually. Can't wait to see what you do with these! Also love the idea of a calendar, ;). My goodness, you have so much talent, Rebecca!

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  4. They make an impressive collection!

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  5. Wow!! They are all so unique and BEAUTIFUL! I would buy a calendar of these!! Just saying...

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  6. oh WOW WOW WOW !!! Look at all these gorgeous paintings !!! I really admire your ART, Rebecca ! You have so many that you can create so many things with these... Protection Goddess Cards (like oracle cards or angel cards) with messages would be wonderful ! I'll buy one if you make it :0)

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  7. oh btw, do you play guitar and sing, too?? I'm nowhere near good but I love to play E chords.. heehee.. I see guitar in your pic !

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  8. Wow! I love all of them! and agree about the calender or cards.That would be so awesome!

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  9. wow! there they all are....gorgeous...well done.....2 creative thumbs up! you did it!

    now, comes the ever more fun part....
    i'm sure you will make wonderful things with your new painting images!

    I'm off..thanks for the inspiration....
    i haven't even done my own post for the day yet...came straight here to get charged! eheheeee......

    ciao bella
    creative carmelina

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  10. I love all of them! Truly wonderful series.

    Smiles

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