Lovely painting, your objects have a lot of depth on the background.
Wow, this blog deserves a show on HGTV... and I'd watch it! When I figure out how to line up the links on my blog I will put yours as a favorite
Oh! Poor Jim and Jack. Maybe they are the future humans. No bodies, no need for dieting... Cool piece!
two suns would be a little bit hot, but yours is a very nice illo!
So happy to be back again! Love your blog! Will link you straight away! Joy! Annax
Very nice Debbie! Love the design elements!
Love the calmness of their faces...very nice :)
not sure how i got here...think i was simply floating around with jim & jack.the sun twins are handsomebut the caption is PRICELESS!very cool place,gonna go sneak a peek...:-)
I hope Jim and Jack recognize the advantage this headweighty existence: unlike Adam and Eve they'll never be caught sans clothes. :-)Besides, they are beautiful as they are.
Thank you for adding me to your blogroll! I did the same with yours, on my Strawberry Fields.
I came here from your comment on SomePinkFlowers...love everything I so far, and the best part is that I know there's more in the archives! What a lovely day :)
Wow! I really like the simple composition and your truly wonderful use of texture and colors. There's so much depth to this piece... and the faces are so serene. Lovely work!
Very, very funny, and a great social comment as well.xoRobin
Again...unique and beautiful!
very cute idea! and beautifully done.
Sometimes bodies are over rated...or under rated! Who needs that kind of stress? They're perfect as is! Nice to see you back Deb!
They probably have celestial bodies. Wonderful and fun!!!
haha--i like the surrealism in this painting. great job.
This has a wonderful, soft, dream-like quality to it. I love it.
Oh that's just funny. I love how they each go in different directions. Like a big comment on male/female relationships too! hee hee.
This (your commentary) makes me laugh. However, they look perfectly content with their discovery ;) Lovely piece.
So funny, and their faces say, "Hmmm."
Funny, I felt that way today too!Karen
wonderful image; the peachish background on your page really allows your images to pop; subtle for such a powerful image
What a disturbing discovery! Great expressions.
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