Wednesday, 7 March 2012

It Must Be Spring


It must be spring because my garden is beginning to come to life again.


Time to do some tidying up,



to make space for all the new flowers to grow!


 Thankyou for your lovely comments about my fish-loving daughter! It's amazing how her interest was there all along, who'd have known?
 Blogger have allowed me to have my bloglist back hooray! You can now see it at last in the right hand sidebar. What with the Facebook changes and Blogger changes I've had a lot to learn lately!
I hope you haven't had difficulties too. :)



13 comments:

MelMel said...

Hiya....I'm having a giveaway.....if you would like to enter!xxx

Carol said...

Oh that is a beautiful picture, Jess. I sometimes braid my hair when working in the garden (wish it was as thick as the garden lady's!)
I do love this time of year in the garden but there is such a lot to get done. In recent years parts have "got away from us" so we are having to work especially hard now.
Carol xx

Sandra van Doorn said...

gorgeous little picture;

i too am looking forward to spring showing up soon; so far all i have is a potted Hyacinth in my studio :)
x sandra

Rita said...

Very pretty art, I love her face, she looks so serene.

Clare said...

Happy spring to you! The leaves are being to full off the trees in my garden as we say goodbye to summer - I love your painting - I've been looking at all the detail. The roundness of the flowers and then all the leaves, ah and the bird, your paintings are always filled with detail yet have an uncluttered feeling, a feeling of space - wonderful

Tammie Lee said...

oh my, lovely flowers... and lovely art, yes your world is feeling like spring. mine still has a foot of snow, yet we all feel the presense of spring as well.

Trish said...

Gorgeous...what a beautiful painting.

martinealison said...

Je suis très heureuse de l'arrivée du printemps.
Il est bon de retrouver vos oeuvres après plus de 6 semaines d'absence... Je rentre tout juste des Philippines...
Gros bisous

Fatima B said...

I love daffodils !!!
I need to start the spring cleaning too ..
i didn't know blogger had changes too. I should look into it :)

have a wonderful spring break dear!

Fatima B said...

I love daffodils !!!
I need to start the spring cleaning too ..
i didn't know blogger had changes too. I should look into it :)

have a wonderful spring break dear!

millefeuilles said...

Dear Jess,

Will that beautiful picture be available in your etsy shop, pretty please?

Researching and writing about the cross between garden aesthetics and performing arts has made me very keen on the personification of gardens and flowers. Your creation fits the bill for me. It makes me think of 'Bloom where you are planted'. Beautiful.

Stephanie

Rosie said...

isn't it great to see some flowers. two nasturciums blooming here and sweet pea seedling four inches high...but they are still indoors.

Victoria said...

Wow-factor...i love her..and also secretly love that she has raven-black hair like me! She is magnificent..
victoria