Grab Your Dream and Fly....New Folk Art!

Greetings Everyone,

So, as I mentioned several weeks ago, not only am I working on new craft projects everyweek...
but, I'm back to working on new folk art paintings.

If you have ever visited my Pinterest page, one of my boards is I Love Bohemian! I do....I really do. I think it goes back to the fact that I'm a child of the 70' caught up in the end of the "flower power" movement...and, really, a big part of me is still that "wandering hippie" who loves nothing more than wearing big flouncy skirts....a straw hat plopped on my head....bangleson my arms...surrounded by family and friends and good food and music.

So, as I was searching for more pics for the Bohemian board...I got an idea for a "bohemian style"painting....I finished it yesterday and one of my neighbors already wants to  buy, I made pics of it today and delivered it to her....although telling her I would be coming back to make prints of it.....I hope you like her....I call her..."Grab Your Dream and Fly".

I'm very pleased with how she turned surprises me sometimes when I look at one of my paintings, and, I did this. This one really speaks to me....I think I might like to do more in this style....So, I hope you like her as much as I do.




  1. I like it!

  2. The name is perfect for this colorful folk art painting!

  3. Hey I found you through 'I Love My Post' - I love this painting, it's so much fun!

  4. She is wonderful. You sound like me, still feel like a wandering barefoot hippie. Thanks for sharing at The Gathering Spot this week :) Enjoy the weekend!

  5. Totally cool!! I'm stopping by from "I Love my Post" blog hop.
    PS – I would also like to invite you to a blog hop called: “The Great Blog Train” currently live on my blog (the kind of hop where you link up your homepage)– Thank you! Great Blog Train

  6. She's pretty ... great job on your new art work.

    Thank you for linking to Raising Imperfection.
    Please come back Friday to see if you were featured. :)

    (¸¤ Lanaya | xoxo

  7. Love her eyes!

    Thank you for linking up to Raising Imperfection!
    Make sure to check back on Friday to see if you were featured.

  8. She reminds me so much of our youngest daughter. She was born in 1970. She has 3 older siblings so guess she had to be her own person as she liked to describe it. The one thing she didn't do was dye her hair black, thank heavens. Her sibling were all born in the 60's starting in 1960, 1962 and 1964. I was kinda busy in those days. She did wear overalls alot.
    Love your painting, so talented.


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