12/4/14

A Virgin A Day: Day 4

Amore Incondizionato, encaustic, collage, Lisa JonesMoore

Totem 1 (detail), encaustic, mixed media, collage, Lisa JonesMoore

Madre? Is That You?, encaustic, mixed media, Lisa JonesMoore

Mary, with Red and Blue, encaustic, mixed media, found objects, Lisa JonesMoore
I am participating in "A Virgin a Day" with the lovely Rebecca Brooks, here (Recuerda Mi Corazon), celebrating the 12 days of the Virgin of Guadalupe. I had the privilege of visiting San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, last year during this most beautiful celebration. People, businesses, homes and hearts are all "open" during this most sacred time in Mexico. Music, food, love...all around.

14 comments:

  1. These are all so beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. These are awesome pieces of art, especially the first one.

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    1. Thanks so much for visiting and commenting!!!! I cannot wait to see more Mary Love today!

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  3. Like this beautiful picture, the many layers of our Mother are reveals only with quiet and patience study and contemplation.

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    1. Thanks so much for visiting and commenting!!!! I appreciate it!

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  4. Whether it is traditional representations or non-traditional-I love seeing all the different ways in which Mary is portrayed.

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    1. Yes, it's fun to see how she is portrayed in infinite ways...Thanks so much for visiting and commenting!!!!

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  5. wonderful collages! I need to look up what encaustic is. so happy that you are participating.

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  6. dear lisa,
    i cannot believe it has been a year since we shared the cobblestones of san miguel together! so happy to have you join in loving lupita. your art work is inspiring and it is a joy to be with you once more!

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    1. Rebecca--I am feeling the soul of San Miguel as we speak...hopefully I will be able to return soon.

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  7. It was truly a magical time together in San Miguel. Your artwork here is so beautiful !!

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