I love it! I guess sometimes the trees tire of whispering, so they gotta sing!
This is lovely Lo. Thanks for showing us the steps.xoxo
Oh how wonderful your post is. I love seeing the progression of the piece. Lovely as always. You are on a roll.
I like so many things about this. But first tell me is this acrylic or oil paint please?I love how the music bars in the foreground look like a fence across the field...and the notes in the trees like paper that got let loose and flew up and got stuck in the leaves of the trees. A breezy musical day.thanks for showing your process. Helpful to me to see all the layers.
You KNOW I adored it! Bravo to your husband - great title! Music makes my heart sing.... and the trees, the birds, the flowers, the wind, the sky..... Beautiful painting - and I think you captured the hues of the sky perfectly! Only a fool would reject this painting!Love,♥ Robin ♥
you've inspired me with this painting! I love watching the steps and the title of the painting is spot on! Trees Gotta Sing...you've touched my heart today!See what a little retreat will get you?
Laurel, this is soooo beautiful. I love the subtle colors. The mysterious "They" have Gotta accept this. How could "They" not?
O my goodness!!!!What a beautiful work you have created!!!I was a delight to see this one evolve!I clicked on each picture and admired everything.What a talent you are blessed with!And that sky and colors . I really thought : this is a Lolo sky.Hope you can stay in this mood....♥♥♥>M<
love seeing your process and the painting is just lovely. i do adore trees.
Hi,Thanks for visiting! I love seeing artist's spaces too. Your painting is lovely-I love the way you have used the musical notes!
I love to see works in progress like this... I learn so much...This piece is an artistic symphony unto itself...absolutely delightful...Hope you sell it immediately! :)
What a treat to see the process. I think this is fantastic. Trees Gotta Sing...perfect title. Some years ago I wrote a poem about trees singing. I will see if I can find it and send it to you.
Great title,,,and I'm lovin' the collage elements to this one.Great piece! (at each stage)
Very cool piece! I like how you illustrated the process here.
what did i say when i left a comment earlier today...which blogger unceremoniously gobbled up?first, probably: i love seeing your processsecond,probably: the imbedded notes are so coolthird, definitely: this is so serene and vastly calm. somebodies will be very uninformed if they even think about passing over this piece from the artist ms. gaylord.and last, definitely: when is a chatterbox not a chatterbox? :)lovems. kj
I totally agree with you the trees Gotta sing.The process is so wonderful and thank you for creating trees that sing!Happy week:)
Hi Laurel! What a wonderful, joyful post this is. Your singing trees do just that and I really enjoyed seeing your painting/collage process. What a clever girl you are!
I think I saw a rabbit being chased over the hill by a bumble bee ... he was the same vanilla-ice-cream-color as your sky, so one can't be certain.
LOLO! this is just FABULOUS!! I love every piece of it and so neat to see the steps! WOW again.
Wonderful!Great painting and concept!I hear music in the air:)
Thay sing indeed! Glorious! Thanks for showing your process!
Bravo!! You always inspire me and this is just fabulous!I'm happy you are sharing your talents and love :)Have a splendid weekend!
Great idea and execution! The pieces of sheet music and the playful shapes of the trees are a wonderful combination.
This looks so good, Lolo. At first I thought the music bars were going to be a fence. I still kinda like that idea, but your finished painting is definately better. I like this one a lot.
i love the song, i love the piece you've done. wow!
I love this ..... especially seeing the process :)
really enjoyed following this process... i heard the song!:)
I've always thought muscial scores look ... I don't know the word ... kind of magical. Like a secret language. Not the individual notes but the way cascades and crescendos of sound can be transcribed onto a page. Somehow you captured this theme and added nature to it. Beautiful. xx Jos