Wednesday, September 7, 2011

charming gardeners


"let us be grateful to people who make us happy;
they are the charming gardeners 
who make our souls blossom."
marcel proust


thank you SO much for all of your heartfelt comments on my inspiration monday posts!
you are most definitely blogland's charming gardeners,
and i am forever grateful for the seeds of happiness you sprinkle
around in my little art garden!!
hug, hug!  xo


{journal page created using koi watercolor, waterbrush, micron pen, 2B pencil}




21 comments:

Heather said...

this post makes me happy! You are so very right - happiness is contagious!

Ludid said...

i imagine the creative seeds you have planted in people. they continue to grow as you water each daily with your authentic inspiration and joyful artwork.

Createology said...

Lovely post and sentiment. Your art is always such a joy to behold. You really brighten my days...

garden clippings said...

you are always an inspiration planter in my life!

Doda said...

aww, how sweet! :-) xx

Patty S said...

i look forward to visiting your blog every day for a dose of happiness!
i love your cone flower :-)

Mona_63 said...

I love your blog & artwork :)

Rena said...

your blog, and your art is such a joy for my daily visit!!! your art is light and beautiful....it just makes me feel so good to look at it.
you are a ray of sunshine!!!

Colleen - the AmAzINg Mrs. B said...
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Colleen - the AmAzINg Mrs. B said...

what a happy flower..makes me smile..even though I am at ...work..OK OK, Yes, I'm surfing too..but, hey, they say showing up is 90% right? Well, I'm just that 10% every boss warns you about..heehee

Lottie said...

ooooo Echinacea - one of my favourite flowers and you have painted it perfectly

Jeanette said...

Lori, Think of the seeds of creativity, ideas and inspiration you plant in us with each blog post. We are grateful you share your amazing lettering and watercoloring in such a fun and embraceable way! Hugs, Jeanette

Jessie May said...

Oh this is so beautiful, I wish I had a bunch of these growing in my garden :)

Chel said...

Oh, I LOVE it!!

Beedeebabee said...

Lori, the loveliest of things grow in your little art garden, and they always brighten my day...You've got quite a green thumb there, Girlie! This flower is just beautiful, and so are your sweet words!!! xo Paulette :D

We Three 3 said...

Elvie, this flower is lovely! I am so glad I found your blog:) your work is so wonderful and actually inspired me to pick up my lino and knife, something I haven't done in a while and got to post about it. Thanks for the nudge:)

Sissy Sparrows said...

Your artwork, is so inspiring to me that I look forward to everyone of your blog posts. So thank you back!

Melisa said...

So pretty and I am always envious of your lettering. I'd love to learn to do that.

Anjas-Artefaktotum said...

What a lovely posting, amazing flower,beautiful colors, apt quotation! Every visit on your blog brighten my day.Thanks for all inspiration.
Hugs Anja

Anonymous said...

Lori - You are THE BEST!! You're such a inspiration to all of us. I also LOVE your lettering. Can't wait until your rubber stamps get to my house!! I hope you make MORE.
Thanks so much,
Grandma Nancy

Margaret said...

What can I say but double what everyone else has said. If ever you happen to visit little ol' England I'd love for you to come and teach me how to doodle, letter and paint!!!!!!!!!!!!

Margaret xx

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