Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Miriam's Table


and I stayed in Miriam's cozy spot hidden within Shuk Bezelel (or as I always knew it...the shmatah shuk) while she traveled.

27 comments:

Lynn said...

As a art quilt artist I am drawn to this painting for even more reasons than the beautiful use of paint. You so inspire me to continue to try working in watercolors. But it's okay, I've decided if there are artists out there who are far superior to me. LOL You are and it's okay. I love coming here and enjoying your work...and it inspires me to do more of what I am good at. Thanks for coming back.
I hope all is well in your world.

adebanji said...

Just great to see your watercolours again!

Savtadotty said...

Love it! (Hint) She's traveling again in a couple of weeks!

marcello murru said...

wI'm accept the morning and the evening,what is important that you feel well.what about sketchrawl?

toby said...

lovely!

Suzanne McDermott said...

My dear, I have just discovered your recent posts and am so pleased to see you posting again. You've made a tremendous leap in the meanwhile! These three posts are magnificent! So rich! Welcome back. You are extraordinarily gifted in this medium and I'm happy to see the new work. XO

NoNo said...

Plenty of color!
Saludos!

sue said...

Wonderful--so much going on and so beautifully, lovingly painted here. Great colors!

Anonymous said...

Great to see you back here. Rona

sandihester said...

CAROL!!!! I click on your blog every now and then just to see if you're back - actually it's usually about once a week :). I can't tell you how excited I was to see you back to painting and blogging - seriously!!!! Yahooo! These paintings are BEAUTIFUL!! Thanks for sharing and I just wanted you to know you were greatly missed!

a said...

Hi Carol,
I am so, so happy to see you painting and posting again! I was really delighted to check back a few weeks ago and see the blog updated! I have a question for you - can you recommend any painting classes in the Jerusalem area? I painted when I was younger, and I would really love to start again. Thanks!
Alissa

Dave Linder said...

Glad to see you're back in action! It's always so encourageing to see how artists are such a tight-knit community. Even though we may not know each other personally, we all share similar passions - keep up the great work!

laura said...

Beautiful colors, all so crisp. The quilts are great, and I love the fringed cloth and the objects on the table ... not the mention the perspective!
I wonder what size this painting is? For some reason I think it's smallish?

Laura Sanz Masdeu said...

Very nice watercolor, I like so much the colors you use. Bye!

Marina said...

Hi Carol, I just discovered your blog. I love your watercolours, the richness of the colours you use is amazing!

Kim Ratigan said...

Hi Carole! I just checked in and saw your posts and... YES! You are painting/blogging again!!
Your paintings are beautiful; I just sit at the computer, smile and sign when I look at them. Thank you so very much for sharing.

masmoulin said...

A very beautiful blog and nice works

L.Holm said...

Your interiors are beautiful, Carol! Gorgeous. Your paintings are worth waiting any amount of time for. Happy to see you back.

Jala Pfaff said...

Marvelous!

SKIZO said...

I like your paitings. Good creations.
http://skizo-studio.blogspot.com

Charlene Celio said...

I really love this painting. It really is so cozy with the quilts and fringed table cloth. Thank you for sharing it!

NAVAL LANGA said...

I have seen your recent postings. I liked it.I hope to see more from you.
PAINTINGS OF VENUS

Liliana Lucki said...

Love it...

Great to see your work.

Very nice watercolor!!!

From Argentina,Liliana

Rabbi Lars Shalom said...

cool ive awlays hated tryong to water-colour paint

Ann Christine Dennison said...

Beautiful work, you have such a wonderful talent!

http://nadinegee.blogspot.com/ said...

i'm hoping to see more of your paintings - hope you start feeling a little better soon. your work is much admired.

Jean Spitzer said...

Beautiful.