Monday, February 2, 2015

MAGIC MORNING - and a finished painting



Time ticking away - 80x80cm - acrylics on stretched canvas
                                               (copyright Yael Eshkar)

11 comments:

Irmtraud Kesselring said...

Liebe Yael,
wunderschöne Fotos. Einmalige Stimmung.
Ich bin froh, endlich wieder auf deinen Blog zu kommen und auch einen Kommentar da lassen kann.
Eine guten Start in die neue Woche
wünscht dir
Irmi

Bob Bushell said...

Beautiful skies, pretty red. And the painting, it is stupendous Yael.

Dawn of LaTouchables said...

Yael, those skies are gorgeous, but it's the painting that made me GASP. Soooooo schon! Du bist ein echte Kunstler. Es sagt so viel. Das macht mich sehr glucklich das zu sehen.

Anonymous said...

איזה יופי יעל, גם הטבע וגם הכישרון.

~ורד

wanda miller said...

such a MAGICAL SKY, thank you for sharing it! and your painting is VUNDERFUL VUNDERFUL. I especially like that little face added in there! xoxox

Mary Stanley said...

Beautiful photos, as always and love your amazing painting!

aelva said...

Bist Du traurig darüber, dass die Zeit scheinbar so verfliegt? Ich versteht das. Jeder Tag ist kostbar. Die Augen offen halten, für die Schönheiten des Lebens und dankbar dafür sein. Das "sagen" mir Deine Fotos und das Bild.

Beate

zsazsazsu said...

You are so multitalented! Love the bright colors.

Tammie Lee said...

beautiful skies and a fun painting too. a joy to visit you.

stardust said...

Dear Yael - What a glorious morning! Without the title, I couldn’t have known whether it was morning or evening. Nature is awe-inspiring in its changing manifestation and you shot it wonderful. The painting is so bright and unique, but the title made me feel a bit of time-urgent.

Thank you for your encouraging comment on my post and photography. I feel honored because you’re such an artist and Uri a skilled photographer. When you have a chance to come to Japan, be active and make it realize to see things in person.

Yoko

Sandi McBride said...

so very pleased to meet you...the photos are glorious, but I expected that it would be so...
Sandi