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Spread 186 – A Fall Season October 21, 2012

Posted by Orly in Uncategorized.

In the Fall, when a leaf finally realizes it’s time to make room for others to enjoy what he so far called home, it starts its way out. It doesn’t have a clue where it’s going to land. Yet when it reaches the ground, after its journey, it looks around to see what else is there. Right there and then, without much comprehension of what just happened or inclination of what’s going to materialize, it concludes that it’s a beautiful place, not at all perfect so it seems, beautiful.


1. Kathryn Dyche Dechairo - October 21, 2012

So in love with this post and your spread. Beautiful.

2. apaperbear - October 21, 2012

A beautiful spread. I love the change in the leaf color. I do not on the other hand appreciate the cooler weather. Bring me spring and summer. Fall for me is really about the cycle of plant growth.

3. brigitte - October 22, 2012

What a beautiful way to interpret the fall of a leaf. Thank you so much. I love your artwork as well. Bravo!

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4. Ardith - October 22, 2012

You paint with words as much as you paint with pigment. Both are beautiful!

5. Carol Weiler - October 22, 2012

Incredibly beautiful!

6. Shelly Penko - October 22, 2012

Such a gorgeous spread and the colors are so rich and glorious. The words add another layer.

7. Het Juwelenboek - October 22, 2012

Beautiful words! Comforting also and your paintings make me happy, they are so full of life!

8. Lisa Wright - October 22, 2012

Really got me thinking.

9. Lynn - October 22, 2012

A poem in words and color. We are experiencing this here, now. Beautiful.

10. Bunk - October 22, 2012

Georgeous, georgous colours!

11. Bunk - October 22, 2012

Sorry, gorgeous, gorgeous I mean! Had a spelling crisis there!

12. kathryn - October 22, 2012

what a great visual i got from your creative words…a beautiful way to phrase it!!

13. Seth - October 23, 2012

Oh those colors!

14. pearlandroses - October 23, 2012

There is so much comfort in what appears to be sad. It’s all one beautiful cycle.

15. Terry - October 25, 2012

Beautiful words, beautiful art! I love it!!

16. aimee - October 27, 2012

I watched a little grade schooler chase one of those leaves all the way down to the ground today — reading your post reminded me of the delight in his eyes as he tried to figure out which way it was going on each turn downward.

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