CELTIC FAE by naddy

CELTIC FAE

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Added: Apr 21, 2003
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This painting was part of an Epi challenge. Lady with Celtic Stones.

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Guest's picture

lovely!

naddy's picture

Why thank you Denny! The branch really helped with the composition in this one.

isenho's picture

I like how the rocks fram her and that twisted branch on the lower right is really dynamic and inspiring!

naddy's picture

My favorite artists are all from the turn of the century. Rackham, Mucha, Parrish to name a few. I really like your pen & ink work too Aubry.

auberj1's picture

Your art work has a very turn of the century feel to it, reminds me of the old hair tonic ads and such. Very gorgeous! Smile

naddy's picture

Thanks Min! I'm glad you like it. Your work is truely beautiful too!

naddy's picture

Wow! Maxfield Parrish, one of my favorites! I feel honored that you see that in my work. Thank you Sean!

Guest's picture

I love how the celtic symbols are so subtle on the rocks-- kinda just ghosting the surface. Very light touch you've got there. Beautiful work

pageaxe's picture

I see quite a bit of Maxfield Parrish in your work especially that hard to define glow that is in all his work,you have some of that going yourself-very nice James.

naddy's picture

Thank you Harmony!

Guest's picture

Lovely!! Her dress reminds me of a flower Smile. Stunning work as always.

naddy's picture

Hehe! Yes, although I have a hard time keeping my pointed ears hidden from the common folk. Thank you Vera!

naddy's picture

Thanks once again Rita!

naddy's picture

Thank you for your heart felt words Gerdje. May you have a beautiful & unforgettable wedding day & may you & your mate grow old together. Best wishes!

naddy's picture

Thanks James! No, I'm from this century. I would be in the shadows of alot of talent in the last century though.

naddy's picture

Thank you for your kind words Iris! I spent about 14 hrs on this painting. But yes patience is a key to many things. I also have a little help from my studio elves.

naddy's picture

Thank you Nell!

naddy's picture

Paint something bad? Hehe, I only show you the good ones! I'm a great admirer of your work too. Thanks Jessica

vera-lucia's picture

James McPartlin aks if you are from this century, James and I ask you if are from The Faerie kingdon!

Guest's picture

Oh James, what a delightful work! THANKS for painting it! Rita

Guest's picture

I am a great admirer of your work.. but this gave me tears in my eyes.. Next week I am going to get married In Ireland (I am Belgian though)in the woods with my elvenprince.. my dress looks like your celtic fae.. I still can't believe it, but you do amazing things! Food for the soul and the heart!Compliments and may God keep you in the palm of his hands!
Gerdje Verspecht

somerset's picture

Cracker of a job, James! your images always emit such charm and nostalgia..are you sure you're from this century? amazing work!

iris's picture

ah a new piece....wonderful, beautiful. I so admire your talent. It looks like you spend so much time working on your pieces with such a patience..... Well I bow to you in admiration! Great job

elven-nell's picture

A wonderful entry in the infamous woman/celtic stone challenge! Beautiful!

Guest's picture

James, would it be too much to ask you to paint something bad, just once? Please? It would do so much for my self-esteem. Beautiful, as usual, and your gnarled tree branches really are incredible. (sigh)

Art at its best.