Friday, November 28, 2008

Inspire Me Thursday - Theme: Table


My interpretation of this weeks theme - Table. It says "The Water Table Sprouts the Tree of Life". I think what I was reading and listening to influenced this little watercolour sketch. I was reading my Bible and listening to Perry Como's "There's no Place Like Home for the Holidays". Nice. :oD Hope you all enjoy it all the same.

12 comments:

motivart said...

beautiful and colourful interpretation

namesconnie said...

Very interesting looking watercolor. Nice idea, too. Love the colors and the words to it. Nice story behind this, too. Take care. Sincerely, Connie

Sharon said...

Very interesting wc. I like the jewel like colors.

Rowena said...

I like this. It's got a great concept and style.

Dream With the Fishes said...

How pretty! And how interesting that this resulted from the combo of Perry Como and the Bible!

s.l.greek said...

very nice. i like the colors in this piece as well. watercolor always catch my eye because they are so fluid- and so is this piece.

Sandy said...

I absolutely adore it!! I just wish I could draw & paint. I would love to make pieces like this. Just my type! Reminds me of Gustav Klimt, I'm a fan of his.

Kim D said...

Thanks everyone!

Sandy - I couldn't answer you back at your blog. But this was what I was going to say:
I love this one as well. I totally heart your collages. I have a weakness for all things vintage. Including mixed media art. Thanks for the tip on Gustav Klimt. Apparently I have been living in a black hole! I wonder how I have never heard of him? No matter now, I have been fully introduced, and love his style. I see exactly what you mean now by your comment.
Thanks for sharing!
xo ! - Kim D.

Patricia J. Mosca said...

love this piece...the colors..the feel of it...the peace it brings to me...Thank you for sharing..
Artfully Yours,
Pattie

lisa said...

very enjoyable!!

soulbrush said...

what a beauty, your art is cool.

Charlie said...

Very cool. I love your interpretation for this topic. Especially since we should be aware of water conservation. Great work.