Saturday, September 20, 2008

Women in Art

My friend Dianne, from the excellent blog Forks Off The Moment, sent me a link to this wonderful video. It was the blog equivalent of getting a really cool card in the mail. Thanks, Dianne, for thinking of me.

Love,
Gina


8 comments:

  1. Oooooo. I've seen this before (my dearest found it and showed it to me a while back). It's so beautiful, and somehow captures the fascination human faces, especially women's faces, have held for artists throughout the last 500 years or more. Thanks for sharing it.

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  2. This is amazing. I couldn't take my eys off THEIR eyes. Quite beautiful.

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  3. This is amazing. I couldn't take my eys off THEIR eyes. Quite beautiful.

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  4. That is a wonderful video! And so typical of Dianne to do something so nice. Beautiful.

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  5. That's an amazing 2:52 of beauty and inspiration, Gurrrl!

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  6. I'm so glad you and your readers like it!!

    Raven sent it to me and when I clicked I felt the same way you all did

    and you were the first person I thought of pagan lady lol

    cause I've always accused you of being "artsy" ;)

    Peace All

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