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Monday, December 20, 2010

A gift from Amalia, thank you!


 Have I told you about one of my favorite artists?
Well, her work is simply beautiful. It's dreamy and soft....deep and inviting...and takes you away to another world. Her name is Amalia K. And I am the proud owner of one of her magnificent prints, In Rerum Natura, I won it in her recent give away and I was so delighted when I opened the package. For those of you that know me, you know I have 2 little girls, one with golden locks and the other with the most beautiful shade of copper hair you have ever seen, and when I saw this drawing I fell in love with it....I am so excited to hang it in my home.
Thank you Amalia, you are such an inspiration. Here are a few more pieces from Amalia,




Isn't her work stunning?
For more please visit her Etsy shop, here
and her blog, here
You will be glad you did!

Thanks Amalia!
xxoo



10 comments:

faerwillow said...

~she truly is an artist who beholds such amazing talent and inspiration...a beautiful mind and the pieces she creates always take me away to far away places where only magic and goodness reside...congrats to you on being the lucky winner!!! i know you will treausre these pieces always...warm wishes and bright holiday blessings upon you and yours~

Marlene said...

I can see why she is your favorite artist, her work is stunning.

michele said...

Lucky, lucky you! Christmas came early! :o)

Brian Miller said...

oh wow these are cool...love that marionette girl...awesome!

EVA said...

Very pretty! Thanks for introducing her to us!

Rebecca Anthony said...

I agree with you I love love her work!! What beautiful art you have(O:

Amalia K said...

Sweet Heather, thank you so much for this.. you are such a lovely soul! I'm so very glad you like them, and I can just picture my girls hanging on a wall of your beautiful home.

Have a wonderful holiday my friend, I wish you all the magic for the next year to come!

oxox

Jehanne said...

Oh they are beautiful.

Peggy Stermer-Cox said...

Hi Heather, Her work is wonderful. I particularly like the puppet. It has a bit of mystery to it! Lovely.

Mmm said...

that bottom picture is particularly stunning.