Monday, June 21, 2010

New Rocks

New rocks
I was immediately inspired to make some new hand painted stones
after I read my friend Margie's beautiful guest post at Indie Fixx.
The round stone is 6 inches in diameter, the biggest one I've painted yet!
These will all be companions to my succulent and cactus collection,
Manolo made a really nice place for them in the new house.
Hand painted with white acrylic ink & a very fine (No.1 or 2) round brush.
***The little white pebble vase is from my favorite ceramist:
Paula Valentim of Otchipotchi.

31 Lovely Comments:

Blogger Manasa said...

Lovely work.

6/21/2010 8:36 AM  
Anonymous rk said...

I love these stones, they are so gorgeous. It's amazing how you found the right shape of rock for that perfectly proportioned bird! You are inspiring me to paint the black rocks I collected lo.n..g time ago and dreamed of painting them. Now is the time :)

6/21/2010 8:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just gorgeous stones! May I ask if you used white acrylic ink on the stones too? Do you use a fine brush or an ink pen? I would think it would be hard to achieve such fine lines with a brush unless it's done by an expert like you!

6/21/2010 8:47 AM  
Blogger Julie Broom said...

The passionflower rock is stunning. You are very skilled! Does the acrylic ink withstand the outdoors or do you use these for indoor decor only?

6/21/2010 9:38 AM  
Blogger **WE BLOG ARTISTS** said...

Oh, I love the bird and the dandilion flower seeds blowing in the wind...they're all beautiful.

6/21/2010 9:52 AM  
Blogger Lorrie said...

beautifully done - I love the calming look of the white on the stone.

6/21/2010 10:07 AM  
Blogger Stephanie said...

They're all so lovely, but the passionflower on that perfect flat stone is gorgeous! And they look really great the way you've arranged them!

6/21/2010 10:08 AM  
Anonymous The Muse of The Day said...

These are gorgeous, they quietly grab my attention.

6/21/2010 10:23 AM  
Blogger Karen L R said...

so lovely and peaceful. thank you for this.

6/21/2010 10:56 AM  
Blogger Katie Green said...

I love these so much.

6/21/2010 11:33 AM  
Anonymous Anne said...

I speak about your blog tomorrow in mine ! I'm so fan about your works... Incredible.
With all my best, and all my admiration from France !

6/21/2010 11:52 AM  
OpenID aieuvivantagem said...

It's so beautiful!
I loved this stones!!!
It's so different.


6/21/2010 12:03 PM  
Blogger Anna said...

Uhao! Very, very beutiful stones...

6/21/2010 1:05 PM  
Blogger Patricia G said...

lovely work! I would like to have a go at this myself. Practise first. I too love my succulents. I enjoy you blog - thank you.

6/21/2010 3:13 PM  
Blogger die dié said...

i love the stone-bird !

6/21/2010 4:24 PM  
Blogger Marcela Calderón said...

¡Hermosas, G!
Las triangulares me encantaron... :)

6/21/2010 5:20 PM  
Anonymous Jan said...

These are gorgeous - it's hard to pick a favorite! Beautiful work!

6/21/2010 6:31 PM  
Blogger Mandy Saile of Bijou's Whimsy said...

Oh I love these....they are so serene, funny that rocks can invoke such a feeling:D.

6/21/2010 6:59 PM  
Blogger Judy Hartman said...

Absolutely beautiful! A joy to look at!

6/21/2010 7:38 PM  
Blogger Kaetlyn Wilcox said...


6/22/2010 5:21 AM  
Blogger Škorčica said...

I like stones so or so, I always bring some from my holydays for a nice memory.

But these, painted so delicately, like lace, these are so much more beautiful to watch.

Looks just like they can be found in the nature already painted like that! :)

6/22/2010 6:07 AM  
Blogger Bird on Wire Studio said...

These are so beautiful and precious. What a delight!

6/22/2010 8:25 AM  
Blogger andrea the pomegranates said...

absolutely amazing and absolutely perfect...

6/22/2010 8:57 AM  
Anonymous and flowers pick themselves said...

these are gorgeous! i love the bird.

xo Alison

6/22/2010 1:37 PM  
Anonymous Lucy Patterson :: HANDS-ON said...

I love these! I think my favourites are the passion flower and the dandelion. So beautiful : )

6/22/2010 5:50 PM  
Blogger arounna said...

these are beautiful - as usual.

6/22/2010 6:48 PM  
Blogger G W E N said...

Geninne! Me encantan tus piedras y la manera en que haces que se vean espectaculares! Gracias por compartir cómo es que las haces y los materiales que utilizas! Creo que he logrado inspirarme para pintar algunas de las piedras que he juntado durante algunos paseos! =D

6/23/2010 9:34 AM  
Anonymous Jamila said...

Hello there Geninne,

I absolutely love your blog!!! I wanted to let you know I added you to my faves on my blog, I hope that is ok. I am truly inspired of the work you do.

6/23/2010 12:55 PM  
Blogger poppy lovesaparty said...

I adore these. I am a rock hunting nut. So much more interesting than collecting sea shells. If only I could find one so lovingly decorated.

7/25/2011 6:03 PM  
Blogger malia said...

these are absolutely stunning! xo malia

9/18/2011 7:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Muchas gracias por tu trabajo, es una delicia contemplarlo.
Me gustaría pedirte que si fuera posible hicieras tu blog también en castellano. Sé que lo hablas y lo escribes, así ue si no te supone mucho esfuerzo, te lo agradecería enormemente.
Un abrazo grande.

9/22/2011 9:51 AM  

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