Monday, January 17, 2011

No Limits


Don't just dream it...do it!

30 comments:

Suzanne said...

Too Right!Love this.

*jean* said...

amen, brother, amen

heather noye said...

lovely!!! it reminds me of a piece i'm currently working on.

Jen Worden said...

This totally reminds me of one of the Rocky Horror songs, "Don't Dream it. Be it." :D

MrCachet said...

Great Smoky Mountains? BIG sky, anyway!

Laura said...

What does the Toy Story guy say? "To Infinity... and Beyond"! Same thought, different words. Love it Seth. And I'm trying, I'm trying!

Lelainia N. Lloyd said...
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Lelainia N. Lloyd said...

AMEN!

Embrace your unlimited potential!

(I had a typo!)

Perhaps I should also embrace imperfection.

Dyche Designs said...

. . . I'm trying. :0)

lynda Howells said...

Oh boy!
That is something l have to try and learn. lynda

Kim Palmer said...

I thought there were no limits! Now I see the sky is the limit.
Make up one's mind, LOL!

Steph said...

Seth, I've been following your blog and love your work..in short I've been seeking for a sign and despite much "promptings" presented to me in many forms in the past weeks, I asked for a sign last night ...Thank You!!

Svetlana said...

I agree with the message but I like the painting behind it. Great effect!

Holly Dean said...

Oh, yeah!!!

Sharmon Davidson said...

Ah, you and Dr. Frank-N-Furter give good advice! Technically, I think the song he sang was, "Don't dream it, be it"; close enough, right? Oh, now I see that someone else made that same association!

tricia said...

so true, so true!!! love this!

Marit said...

Amen!

cerulean said...

Yes! Let's do it. Today and tomorrow and the day after tomorrow and....
Great post!

ooglebloops said...

Beautiful - the infinite-ness of the sky leaves the possibilities limitless!!

Jill Zaheer said...

Wonderful new piece- both in the work itself with its subtle moving shades of color and the accompanying words. I wonder if the sky is high enough to want to go to-guess a mid level place is always good to regroup, rest, and then continue onward to your limitless possibilities to go higher! I think it's an interesting concept about personal limits in art, what we aspire to achieve, and if we reach a place in our work and really feel happy and fulfilled, can that in itself be reaching one's sky.

Lynn said...

this is the story of my life!!!!!!!!

layers said...

a wonderful sentiment which I keep trying to do.

ArtPropelled said...

Yes! I will!

Evangeline said...

I've gotten in the habit of saving up your blog for a treat, coming when I have the time to really savor it...and wow! I am leaving this morning full of inspiration. Thanks for everything you share here. It is a visual feast!

I love this "no limits" message!

n2theblue said...

. . .says the man who never sleeps! You are the poster child for doing what you dream. Thanks for sharing your zest for life and art!

Dave said...

So true!!

Margaret said...

great colours, looks like the sky view out of an airplane window! fab!

rivergardenstudio said...

What a beautiful piece this is seth, the landscape below and the water droplets dripping from the sky. Your words too, something so perfect for me to read right now... roxanne

azirca said...

Indeed it is!

alteredbits said...

<3