Salix Tree Art

Artwork by me, Silvia.. Ponderings and poetry by myself and other more talented writers.

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My name is Silvia (also known as SalixTree ), I live in the Irish countryside. I write and illustrate children's books. I like to garden, cross stitch, crochet, and read fantasy books.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Acorn, Oak Sprite

"Colors burst in wild explosions
Fiery, flaming shades of Fall"

5 Comments:

Anonymous JLB said...

I like this one - especially the colors. :)

November 17, 2006 11:30 pm  
Blogger One Crabapple said...

I have enjoyed looking thru your quotes....loved them all !

So many blogs ! which one is your favorite and what is with the stitchery LILO ones ? Is that you ? The Stitchery is BEEautiful !

Gosh I saw so many things on my trip thru your blogs ! The MEW ZINGS was so fun because of course I like cats ! Pippin Molly and Tas ? I think I got them all , or is there more ?? Pippin is a doll, Molly is gorgeous ! and Tas is the Witche's Black Cat and a Beauty to be sure - it goes without saying !!!
And Shed was a really pretty kitty. That was sad....I'm sorry.

I loved your William Morris Roses...and you take really great pix - I was at the Garden Blog (Windy Willow ?)and saw your seed packets. I loved the picture where you had the three packets and collaged seededs and things around...that was clever !!

But the kOOLEST was the LAbel Shirt !
Oh you are too fun !
GREAT IDEA ! Love it !
YEs I have some vintage labels too I could never part withh....now THIS IS A GOOD IDEA !

And that is a lot of keychains ...but again ! what a great idea !

Love, S.

November 21, 2006 1:38 am  
Blogger Michel said...

Beautiful work. The wings are oak leaves too?

November 21, 2006 2:40 pm  
Blogger Naturegirl said...

This is too cute..a *~pixie~* sporting her acorn cap and dressed in a coat of Oak leaves!

November 22, 2006 4:36 pm  
Anonymous caroline brown said...

Hi Silvia, thanks for coming by my blog and introducing yourself and your art. You said that the fall color shows in Ireland aren't very spectacular, but this painting does a great job of making up for it.

December 04, 2006 4:00 pm  

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