Sunday, February 19, 2017

Peaceful Place

This past week I got to spend some time in my peaceful place...the studio.

Seems like this time of the year one begins to long for spring and the special little treasures that the new season will bring.  It is always nice to pull out some old photos and be reminded that soon the weather will warm and the flowers will start to bloom.

Pansies and Violas are such favorites that it is hard to resist not wanting to paint them.

As I have shared before I always plant a few in memory of my dear grandma.   It just wouldn't be spring at Harmony Hills if there were not some of these special ones growing near by.

Speaking about a Peaceful Place I hope that if you have never visited Linda at Linda's Peaceful Place you will take a few minutes and stop over for a few delightful minutes.   She has the most wonderful videos and uplifting quotes.   You will certainly have a wonderful time.   I know I always do.

Hope sweet friends you have a blessed
week.

Hugs Debbie

29 comments:

  1. Good evening Debbie,
    What a beautiful watercolor! I just love violas, and I think it is so special that you plant a few in memory of your dear grandma. Every time I see Sweet Peas I think of my dear mother.

    Linda's blog. You are so right. Every time I visit I come aways with a smile and am always inspired.
    Thank you for sharing your beautiful work.
    blessings,
    Penny

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  2. Dearest Debbie, I was so happy to see your gorgeous watercolour! I think it is wonderful to plant something in memory of your dear grandmother!

    And I want to thank you so much for mentioning my blog. It touches my heart that you enjoy it so much, and it really means a lot to you.

    Thank you so much for sharing, your posts are always positive, joyful and I always look forward to them. Warm hugs to you, dear friend, and I hope you have a great new week.

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  3. Hello Debbie, oh it was so lovely to see your beautiful painting and also the emotions inspiring it. Such sweet and gentle colours, you've captured the irresistibly delicate nature of these pretty flowers.
    Thank you for sharing it with us.

    I too love to visit Linda's Peaceful Place.

    Have an enjoyable week. Cheers now :D) xx

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  4. Hi Debbie, I love your watercolor of pansies, so ethereal and beautiful. I'm looking forward to planting some pansies soon, too. Have a lovely week!

    Blessings, Victoria

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  6. Absolutely wonderful painting!!! GORGEOUS!

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  7. Beautiful painting
    I agree Linda's Peaceful Place is a great blog for a pick me up cheery spirits.

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  8. A beautiful painting, Debbie...

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  9. Good to see you're in the studio making wonderful art! Lovely painting, Debbie! And how great you honor your grandmother's memory with the planting / painting of these flowers.

    I agree that Linda has a great blog. Love starting my week with her!

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  10. Really beautiful painting Deb. Hope your week is wonderful.

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  11. Good morning, sweet friend! Your work is so beautiful and it's always a delight to see what you've been up to :)

    Wishing you a joyous week. Hugs!

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  12. I love your pansies! They remind me of my granny too. What a lovely idea to plant some every year in honor of your grandmother.

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  13. Your watercolors are inspiring, Debbie, and they do whet my appetite for things "springy." Thank you for the heads up regarding Linda's blog! The title of the blog is so perfect!

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  14. Beautiful paintings. I am sure that being in your peaceful place helps.

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  15. I think painting those flowers would be so peaceful. It will be nice to see the flowers start coming up soon. We had a little taste of spring the last few days...such a change from the cold we had for a while. Enjoy your peace and the rest of your week! I' going to head over to your friend's blog for a look.

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  17. Debbie,

    Your painted flowers are always so delicate-everything that I love about watercolors:)

    It's always a good thing to have some hope for a brighter day isn't it? Spring is probably just around the corner and looking at the photos can remind you that it won't always be gray and cold:)

    Stay warm!
    Libby

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  18. Such a precious painting Debbie. I just finished visiting Linda's place.....what a coincidence. There is always something there to lift and inspire. I hope you are having a wonderful week.

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  20. Hello Debbie, your painting is very beautiful; I can see you are a talented artist. Pansies and Violas remind me of my grandma and my dad. They both loved them, and I do too.
    I visit Linda every week and never fail to feel better for it.
    There are signs of spring everywhere today, blossom on the trees, lots of daffodils and I even saw a few rockery plants beginning to flower. It can’t come soon enough for me.
    Thank you for this lovely blog post, Barbara x

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  21. This is so pretty Debbie, love the delicacy of the colors and the beautiful composition , just gorgeous !

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  23. Your pansies and violas turned out so beautiful!

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  24. These are so beautifully delicate. I've tried painting these lovely spring flowers but haven't captured them nearly as well as you have. Thank you for visiting my blog and for your lovely comments on my lemons. It's really appreciated. Have a lovely weekend.

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  25. The flowers are so beautiful as well as your words about your grandma. I wish I can paint flowers.....someday I will at least try! Lol

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  26. Your paintings are full of sensitivity and beauty, dearest Debbie. You honor Mother Nature in your work.
    Love the story of planting them in your grandmother's memory.

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  27. Lovely pansies with your great sensitivity,dear Debbie. I wish you a sweet March in your lovely Hills,full of harmony as you.

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  28. Your sketches are lovely. I can see the effects of your peaceful place. :)

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