24 February 2012

Haiku my Heart♥...Undying



She sits alone now.
Forgetting memories...she
calls it 'undying'

Just a sketch for a new painting in my new series I am calling
"It wasn't Always this Way"
In a sketch book that isn't mine.
Inspired by the painting of Mary Magdalene by
Georges de la Tour

I am excited to dig through my junk and find the makings of a canvas
for this one.
I haven't had much time for my habits this year so far.
But this shall pass.
And become a memory.
As all things do.



Please visit recuerda mi corazon for more Haiku.
And magical goodness.
Rebecca and her circle of friends have changed my life.
♥Love, Lisa♥





21 comments:

  1. Love this. Just read my cards and got a similar message in fact - I need to move on and forget memories that do me no good!!! I need to start fresh......As always something you do touches me deeply!!

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  2. Loved that last line - and great pic.

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  3. You are so amazing, Miss Lisa. I love where you go with your artist's mind and heart. Beautiful haiku and this looks like a great new project to play with.

    Much love to you !

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  4. I love your sketch...it says so much to me! And such a beautiful haaiku goes with it today...very cool!

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  5. Undying girl has sad eyes, sad but beautiful, deserving her place of recognition!

    Sue x

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  6. All I can say is that I commiserate and agree with everything your adoring fans and friends have said.
    Thank you, as always, for being you.

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  7. I love your haiku, and your sketch. You are awesomeness itself! :) xox

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  8. God knows I've done my share of this. You touch my heart.
    awesome illustration.

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  9. This sketch and haiku resonates with me in many ways... I look forward to seeing how this piece comes to life beneath your hand... Thank you Lisa.

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  10. Hi Lisa,
    I left a comment and it disappeared. If it reappears, please delete it. I love George de La Tour's painting. It is my favorite of Mary Magdalene. I love her pensive gaze and her focus on the light. Your own sketch is beautiful, particularly the eyes and the emotive mood of the piece. Wonderful beginning, truly!
    xoxo,
    Noelle

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  11. Oh, how I wish I could draw, but alas, it is not one of my gifts. I'm sure glad that you share your work with us, however.

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  12. i cannot tell you how much it means to me to gather hearts on fridays.
    you are a favorite stop on this soul train.
    today you have taken me to a deeply mystical place between remembering and undying.
    thank you....

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  13. undying.. the facial lament is exquisite..

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  14. oh, the undying - beautiful sketch!

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  15. You captured so much emotion in this. Beautiful blog post.

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  16. Lisa,
    I feel your art. I am sure I have sat in her chair with that same look.
    I also loved the finished piece.

    XO
    Kim

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  17. Lovely haiku ~ great words 'undying' ~ wonderful sketch ~thanks, wishing you a great weekend ~ namaste, carol ^_^

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  18. I like this concept. Undying. Not dying, but living perhaps? Being alive. So many thoughts and feelings as I look at her. I want to sit and talk, see what she's thinking about, tell her my stories, indie with her for a while, over coffee or tea. Then pass along my memory of her as I travel. I have lived a volume here. Very nice.

    Peace

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