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Spread 168- Push-Pull April 23, 2012

Posted by Orly in Uncategorized.

Allow me to say something in-between.


1. apaperbear - April 23, 2012

It is a bit Raphielesque but VERY Orly. Always in balance you are.

2. pearlandroses - April 23, 2012

A good place to be in 🙂 Beautiful.

3. pearlandroses - April 23, 2012

A good place to be in:) Beautiful.

4. Lynn Cohen - April 23, 2012

Where is my Hebrew English dictionary?
This intrigues me.

5. gloria - April 23, 2012

What an intirguing beautiful way to blow up the mind with the possibilities of those things in-between.

6. Tracy Verdugo - April 23, 2012

Ah the space in between! I love that space!

“Far from the maddening crowd you held me safe
Fresh from the sinking ground losing my way
Something got turned around I thought a new thought today
Suddenly nothing is quite what it seems
Thought I knew something but that was a dream
Grace follows passion and lives in the space in between”~ song lyrics to New Thought…written by my husband and I…will send you a link on FB for a little listen…

Beautiful work as always Orly ♥

7. Lynn - April 24, 2012

This looks very floral to me, something growing, something trying to get out…be born. Beautiful pages Orly!

8. Lynn - April 24, 2012

Very floral like something growing, trying to emerge. Beautiful colors too!

9. Monica - April 24, 2012

This is a beautiful journal spread Orly and it seems as if roses are in FULL BLOOM, just as your artistry is =-)

10. Marit - April 24, 2012

and yet another stunning spread by the amazine artist Orly! Wonderful!

11. Stephanie - April 25, 2012

the details of these pages are so beautiful when I clicked to enlarge…

12. janelafazio - April 25, 2012

so beautiful Orly! I hope I’m on your list to be notified for classes, I’d love to take a workshop from you.

13. Elizabeth - April 27, 2012

Every time I look at this, I see something more. We are the beings of the between. Beautiful. I love looking at your old spreads and new ones, to see the constant evolution.

14. Shelley Whiting - May 8, 2012

Your works are loose and expressive. They are mysterious and haunting. Beautiful and intriguing works.

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