Monday, August 17, 2015

Mosaic Monday #54 Painted Flowers

I have a delightful book that was gifted to me called The Painted Garden by Mary Woodin and her year in words and watercolours have inspired this post.
Wishing you sunny days and inspiration!

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47 comments:

  1. Now, Judith, this post is TOO beautiful. I'm tempted to sit all the afternoon in front of my computer, admiring your wonderful images. Lovely textures in the first one, and the "paintings" are always so pretty. Lovely colours everywhere...
    Thank you for hosting MM and have a great week ahead!

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  2. Hello Judith, I love these pretty watercolor images. The flowers and colors are beautiful. And the book is a wonderful gift. expecially since it was such a great inspiration for you! Thanks for hosting, have a happy new week!

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  3. Hey, Judith...what a sight to see let alone the inspiration it gave you! The colors fit your persona perfectly...:)JP

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  4. Beautiful artwork Judith. I love the vase of flowers and how you made it into a stunning watercolor.

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  5. Beautiful, such gorgeous colours. Now they will last with you when the flowers are over. Many thanks for Mosaic Monday. Best wishes.

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  6. Your vase, her artwork, your photography....lovely all around! :)

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  7. Judith, those paintings are ethereal- so dreamy and inspirational. What a lovely book! Thank you for Mosaic Monday.

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  8. A wonderful post Judith. Your flowers in that pretty vase are gorgeous, as is your artwork. Thank you for hosting this very enjoyable meme and have a great week.

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  9. What a delightful book, so glad it gave you inspiration.

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  10. It is a sunny day here and you have provided the inspiration to enjoy the colors around me. Thank you.

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  11. This is indeed inspiring - I love the possibilities of summer and flowers. Beautiful.

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  12. Dearest Judith; So Great and Happy for you to get such wonderful gift from your friend♡♡♡ And whole pictures in this post have lovely water color and your work is stunning♪ Enjoyed the contrast seeing both pictures. Wishing you'll have a wonderful new week.
    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in Canada, xoxo Miyako*

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  13. Just beautiful....thanks so much for this party

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  14. The watercolours are beautiful! I would love to be that talented!

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  15. Such a beautiful book, thank you for sharing. Thank you too for Mosaic Monday 54.

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  16. Thank you for sharing your beautiful book Judith and for hosting this wonderful meme!

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  17. Hi Judith...that book is perfect for you! Lovely! Love your wonderful photos...your garden is gorgeous! No mosaic today....just a visit to a friend!
    Ruth

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  18. Linking up for Mosaic Monday and my first time participating....
    http://cabralfamilyblog.blogspot.com/2015/08/1-mosaic-monday-faust-street-bridge.html

    Thank you for sharing, just beautiful. What a wonderful way to begin my monday.
    wishing you bright and colorful days this week.

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  19. It's fun to find inspiration in books and magazines, isn't it? Sometimes a magazine photo or illustration can inspire me to set up a similar scene and photograph it.
    Your blurred out watercolor is beautiful, Judith and a fine rendition of the flowers in the vase. Have a great week. Thanks again for hosting MM.

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  20. Your post was so beautiful that I almost didn't post a link to my blog today - such a stark contrast we have in our two posts - yours is absolutely beautiful! The water colors so soothing and soft~~

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  21. Hi Judith, these paintings are lovely. I wish I could paint like this. Very inspiring. Wish you a good week.

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  22. The book's watercolor flowers are very beautiful, Judith, and I like how you matched them with real flowers! Have a great week!

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  23. What a beautiful book. Your little flower vase is so nice, I love the simplicity of it.

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  24. Hi Judith...no mosaics to share today but just wanted to tell you how beautiful your watercolor effect was on those flowers you shared...such soft, lovely colors! Have a wonderful Mosaic Monday :)

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  25. Very lovely indeed, both your photos and the book.

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  26. Oh wow! I love this post, and your tip to use watercolor effect! Or is it real? I have my old Russian watercolours somewhere. Have a nice week!

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  27. Beautiful book I think, and you made such a lovely posy in the same way and colours of the book. So nice how you experimented with the watercolour effects too.

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  28. Very pretty ! Have a good evening and stay cool it is a humid one .

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  29. Your watercolor mosaic is just gorgeous, Judth, and a lovely inspiration from your book.

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  30. What a lovely watercolor. I wish I could do that! Well done!! Wishing you a grand week!

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  32. Just seeing your watercolours makes me want to paint. I have been planning to do a little painting this summer. thank you for the inspiration.

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  33. What a beautiful book, and a gorgeous watercolour too!! xx

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  34. So pretty! Did you use an app for the watercolour images?

    Thanks for hosting, Judith!

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  35. I never get tired of seeing beautiful flowers - Thanks for sharing.
    Thanks for hosting!!

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  36. Your images are lovely and the book looks like it has beautiful paintings. I know you are enjoying it. Hope you and your garden are doing well! Hugs, Beth

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  37. I love your watercolor too. And I thought I had that book but the one I have has butterflies and the art is similar to this book. enjoy your week my friend and Sis! Hugs, Diane

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  38. What a lovely gift - such a beautiful book. Perfect for a master gardener! I love the watercolor images you have made, Judith.

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  39. Beautiful images! And I like the graphic borders too.

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  40. I am a little late in posting, but thank you so much for hosting. This book looks so beautiful. I am in awe of anyone who can paint flowers like this. My post this week is about flowers too! Have a lovely week.

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  41. You're the second person in just a few days, who have mentioned this artist! It's a lovely book. I have Edith Holden's Diary of a Country Lady, but have never known about Mary Woodin. I will have to find a copy!

    Thanks for sharing!
    Deanna

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  42. How pretty and feminine! I so associate you with lavender now that *anytime* I see something pretty that's lavender (or pink and lavender), the name "Judith" instantly pops into my head. These images are so very you!

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  43. Very nice, what a lovely book and I am sure you have received much enjoyment. Very nice. I hope that you are enjoying your week.

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