Sunday, January 29, 2012

Mag 102

Red Spot II, Wallisy Kandinsky

44 comments:

  1. have a blessed Sunday everyone! and great week ahead...

    JJRod'z

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  2. Nice to have participated with magpie today! Have fun everyone!..

    JC

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  3. Very challenging, plus I managed to mess up my first link - apologies!

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  4. Fixed it for you Frances...no worries...

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    1. Thanks so much, Tess - that looks much better!

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  5. From a mother! Love the Kandinsky. K.

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  6. Colors and lines; Hearts and Bones..... (A Paul Simon song. Has NOTHING to do with my post!!) :)

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  7. Whimsical and fun, I called it: 'Child's Play'. ;~D

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  8. this is a wonderful image
    full of vibrancy and joy

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  9. Cool - you make me consider things I never would on my own. Thank you!

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  10. Thanks for the image...I seem to see dark where others saw light...such is the inspiration of one image :)

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  11. wonderful painting..thanks tess

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  12. My first effort at Magpie Tales. Somehow Kandinsky was calling to me (in a nightmare I think!)

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  13. Added my fervor in this beautiful list. :)

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  14. thank you! i had not done a magpie in a while ---

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  15. It called out to me...love Kadinsky....Thanks Tess

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    1. very cool pic indeed...a little reflection on my time in DC saturday...

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  16. This picture is all things to all men, it seems...

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  17. Thanks for a fine prompt Tess.

    Anna :o]

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  18. Thanks for another interesting illustration.

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  19. A childish take on mine - or is it child-like?

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  20. Great artwork. I have to try this one...

    =)

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  21. Thanks, again, for hosting this. =)

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  22. OH so awesome...can distantly recall this artist of course it has been years since art class so please refresh my synapses! Thanks!!!

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  23. “When blue sinks almost to black, it echoes a grief that is hardly human. When it rises towards white ... its appeal to men grows weaker and more distant.” Kandinsky

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  24. Thank you from the Trellis Tribe! LOL

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  25. Bit late with the linking process today. Apologies. Now completed.

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  26. The Wallisy/ Wassily spelling had me confused!! I thought... maybe a relative? A secret Kandinsky I'd never heard of?? I wouldn't put it past you to discover such a thing!!!

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  27. absolutely deliciously delightful... love these magpies!!!

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  28. Today's is a kind of spin-off from yesterday's.

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  29. A tight squeeze, but hopefully qualifying!

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  30. Abstract art.....great prompt as always Tess!!

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  31. Probably not what one would expect, but it's link with memory is a strong one here.

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  32. Love Kandinsky, so this was great fun.

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  33. I like Kandinsky, too. Thank you for this one!

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