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July 19, 2011



Wowww Steph! I love those portals... thanks for sharing... I want to join that butterfly...


BEAUTIFUL!!!!! Just beautiful Steph...


sharing such excavations of the soul...inspires all.
glad we have our hands in the honeypot of creativity. that even from a distance we walk so close to the enormity of mysterious beauty.

Erin Perry

The butterfly piece is stunning - especially in the first photo - something about the angle - simply gorgeous.
Erin in Morro Bay


Ooooh I love it Stephanie. Lots of texture yet very soft looking. Great job stephanie. Take care.

shibori girl

Wonderful! I love your work - it makes me think of those beautiful pieces that Karen Cole does in copper... so full of texture and color.


The Adventurous Art Teacher

Just love the new work, your creativity never ceases to amaze me. Your one of my inspirations! xo karen

lyle baxter

love it!it is such a treat to see what you are going to get into next! "portals" can lead to many mysterious places. keep going!

Ascender Rises Above !

very rich colors and depth! (i have been journaling as well; more like collaging - the first step)


Cool! Are you using cold or hot wax, Stephanie? And what is caran d'ache?


Okay, these are deep with light and texture, and such a heaven to reach for.


Dear Stephanie, you have so many wonderful posts here and I have something to say on each, but I will try to contain myself! First, I love the chicken paintings, and the portals from your photograph and how they appear in your art, and the drumming, AND your garden vegetables and mushrooms, you are "the lady of the summer" for sure. roxanne

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