Happy Thanksgiving, Seth.
Love that. Happy thanksgiving to you too.
Happy thanksgiving Seth!!
Hey, did you go over to Macys and watch the parade I had them throw for you?....a little too much song and dance and not enough float activity. I'll try again next year.
Beyond wonderful! Had to copy that to my "samples I love" folder that I look at for inspiration. Lovely!
That is beautiful and great inspiration. Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.
What a beautiful painting, collage. The hand holding life, light, the moon, the world, memories... Happy Thanksgiving to you as well... Roxanne
Seth:Your heartfelt words"Give thanks.Be grateful.Take nothing for granted.We have only one..." are words I that are immortalized within. I wanted you to know I give silent thanks everyday to you for your blog - which was the triggering catalyst for my current exploration in art, creative expression, my own blog and the new way I now see the world- in color, with texture, in layers, as a design, within patterns, in different lights and with the sky as my limit with endless possibilities. And for that, I will always be grateful. Thank you. Jill
Expressed perfectly Seth! a few words expressing so much!
...and to you Seth.You are one busy dude. My time has been so limited, I haven't been able to do diddley squat.
Amen. Beautiful painted, beautifully said.
Thank you, Seth. Isn't that pretty?Been so busy. But catching up now.You've been busy too, I see.Thankful for you.C
Great advice, Seth. I hope you had a good one.
Hi Seth,I am so thankful for people like you on the internet! I just singed up for Vivians online class thanks to you. I love her style and cant wait to get started. The other day i told my husband that this next year was going to be mine for classes and learning.What a great start!Happy Holidays......Lisa
Seth, thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment, because it has lead me here to you!Will enjoy reading through your blog :)It looks wonderful. Happy Thanksgiving to you...
i love that hand, sensual and strong--and the words... you are a gift!
It was Danny Gregory's book The Creative License that got me started sketching and joining the art blogging world! Isn't he just the most talented and sharing person?
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