Monday, 14 November 2011

Day 14 - AEDM & Nablopomo - Triptych revisited

it has been quite a busy day

first, a doctor's appointment and then off to my daughter's house for the rest of the day.

i had painted a triptych for my granddaughter's room back in july but, recently, my daughter decided on a colour change in mikayla's room.

this was the original triptych that i painted
triptych FINISHED

and this is kinda where it's headed - deeper and more vibrant
revamping a triptych 14.11.11

the colours in these photos were not the final choice.
i will post the end result later in the week when it's finished.
revamping a triptych 14.11.11

today, i helped mix colours and painted a little bit but my daughter, michelle (pictured below), did most of the painting while i had the pleasure of playing with my beautiful granddaughter, mikayla.
revamping a triptych 14.11.11

to view the creative posts of other AEDM members for Day 14
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mikayla took her first steps last week and will be turning ONE year old in december!
she brings me so much happiness!
mikayla at wetlands

~ love, light and peace ~

26 comments:

  1. Hi Mum!

    This is a great post! It seems like you had a great time helping Michelle and playing with cute little Mikayla! I'm looking forward to seeing the triptych end results, I'm sure it'll look great!
    WOW!! I'm so happy Mikayla took her first steps, I can't believe she'll be one year old soon! It's amazing how fast the year has gone by! I love the pic of Mikayla, she looks pretty every time I see her!

    Love Brad!
    xoxox

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  2. The tryptich is beautiful as it is, so I can imagine the end result will be even more so. Your granddaughter is just adorable.

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  3. What a beautiful piece! Loving the color update to the more vibrant colors! The bird just pops...a tweet touch for sure!

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  4. The painting is so perfect for a child's room. It is so bright and cheery. Mikayla is such a beautiful girl.

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  5. Such a beautiful little granddaughter, and I love the happy, bright changes to the artwork - as bright and pretty as her smile!
    Hugs,
    Zuzu

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  6. Love the tryptich ~ especially the colors and bird added is wonderful! ~thanks, namaste, carol (A Creative Harbor)

    Might you consider my Magical Monday blog hop at A Creative Harbor? thanks, carol ^_^

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  7. Gosh time flies! Blink and it's next century.

    Hope your Dr's appt went well.

    Re: triptych - Beautiful colour palette for a beautiful little girl!

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  8. Love your piece Serena, it's beautiful. Your granddaughter has sure grown. Walking already, wow. Time does indeed fly by. Hope all is well and thank you for your get well comments for me, I appreciate it. For now the doctor gave me pills for dizziness and some blood pressure pills as it was high.

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  9. Oh my! First steps already! All the things we get to see with borrowed new eyes when we spend time with little ones. She is soooo dang cute, Serena!

    Be waiting to see what the triptych looks like with different colors. (I didn't even know what that word meant till I met you--LOL!)

    Hours with Mikayla and Michelle must feel like a healing balm. :):)

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  10. Nice art work and gorgeous one year old!
    Gwen xx

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  11. Hello Serena!!!! wow!! your paintings look amazing ....but your daughter is the greatest art....she is so sweet!!! Congrats on her first steps...that is such an exciting time.....it sure flies by!!!

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  12. This painting is so awesome! You and Michelle make such a great mother/daughter team of artists!!!

    I can't believe Mikayla is turning 1 year old either...time really has flown since she was born! She is a beauty!!!

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  13. Oh...you have me thinking about a triptych with some tiny wood blocks I have...thanks for the inspiration :)

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  14. I am learning so much from you. Now, I know what a triptych is and today I went and got my Derwent Inktense pencils. Your grandaughter is beautiful. I know you enjoy spending every moment you can with her.

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  15. I like the playful movement across the triptych, and the bolder colors.
    Beautiful grandbaby also.

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  16. I love it! I love it! I love it! It's so alive and looking at it makes me feel so refreshed. It's like a summer in a painting. :-) Your colours made it look so pretty and I just can't stop staring at them. It makes me want to do a project like that!!! :-)

    Mikayla is so adorable too!!! :-)

    xoxo
    Ida

    http://asplashofida.blogspot.com

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  17. What a lovely triptych and wonderful that your Granddaughter has both Mother and Grandmother's hands involved in the creation :).
    Stay inspired!

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  18. I like the triptych--and little Mikayla is such a cutie!

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  19. Superb. Looking forward to seeing it finished.

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  20. Gorgeous, can't wait to see it finished, and Mikayla is BEYOND adorable, what a sweet face! thanks for sharing, much love Jennibellie x

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  21. Serena, it's such a happy piece! Perfect for a little girl's room and good design.

    Btw, if you've got time for a quick visit, I'm hosting a giveaway at my blog.

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  22. Love the changes to the triptych. Just beautiful. And thank you as I now know what to call the painting I'm working on now for a commission - a triptych! Paula :)

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  23. I hope your Dr. appt. went very well Serena! Mikayla is SO ADORABLE!! How is Michelle enjoying motherhood? I bet she's a great mommy.

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  24. I love the triptych, too. It's so pretty, buy nowhere near as pretty as that beautiful grandchild! :-)

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  25. YAY for Mikayla taking her first steps!

    I'd want to be playing with her too... I bet she's a real sweetie! :)

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  26. Look at the smile on your grand daughter's face... how could you not play with her .... so adorable... hope Cody loves her to death too.

    Love the changes to the canvases... can't wait to see where they end up xx

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