Sunday, February 26, 2012

Temple of my familiar

Temple of my familiar

Years ago I read a book by Alice Walker called Temple of My Familiar. While this painting has nothing to do with that book, the title is appropriate for me.
~Meditation
~Domes with Spires
~Prayer flags flying in the background

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18 comments:

  1. This is totally, completely, wonderfully AWESOME!!!

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  2. So beautifully textured and serene! I love this.

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  3. Wow! Wow! Wow! Gemma, this piece is fantastic!!! Love love love it.

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  4. I love it! Very nice work, Gemma ~ xo

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  5. Simply beautiful. Very impressive piece of art.

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  6. Beautiful use of color and textures!!!!!

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  7. Lovely, soothing image--so colorful & full of texture! Nice interpretation!

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  8. Your painting is very beautiful, serene and calming with a hint of luxury, perfect for meditating!

    Sue x

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  9. This piece is spectacularly textured. You captured 'feel" perfectly.
    Thanks so much for your lovely comment on my blog, www.Justaddwatersilly.com and I'm now your newest follower!
    Best,
    Jenn

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  10. Gemma, I loved this book...thanks for the reminder. Love the painting as well.

    x...x

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  11. I loved reading that book and all her works, in fact. This is a beautiful painting - it reminds me of the forests in Thailand and their specific fragrance! heavenly

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  12. GMA..namaste..time is flying by..will call U.
    xo

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  13. i love the serene "feel" of your painting! and thanks so much for stopping by my blog & leaving a comment! :D

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  14. Lovely art G, it has a warmth and a patina of age that really adds to the work. Not that Buddha needs help..!
    Domes with spires indeed..;o)
    hugs♥

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  15. Gorgeous blend of colours - do pretty & striking. Kat :-)

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  16. Ah, above I wrote 'do' but it should've been 'so'! Lol :-)
    Kat :-)

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  17. There is a great peace in your Temple of the Familiar. It's an overcast day here and this piece feels like that to me, but the sun is starting to peek through and my own temple of the familiar will soon be lit up.

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  18. It's beautiful. And Magenta-ish-ly.
    I read that book, feels so long ago.
    ♥♥♥

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