Ayse Juaneda

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Ayse Juaneda found my blog yesterday (how Ayse?) and I followed her back after browsing her wonderful posts.  What amazing talent…

Ayse is from France.  She’s an artist, teacher and designer.  Her first illustration is a soft pastel on paper – it is titled “Sleeping Birds.”  The second is watercolor on paper and is titled “Venice.”

Her work reminds me of a quote by Vincent van Gogh:

“…and then, I have nature and art and poetry, and if that is not enough, what is enough?”

You can find Ayse’s blog at aysejuaneda.wordpress.com.  Be sure to check it out.


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  1. I love her artwork!!!

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  2. What a talent!

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  3. I love her style! I want one or two or three of her paintings.

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  4. Don’t you just love when you follow a follower back to his/her blog and discover a real treat? I like her style too.

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  5. Beautiful!

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  6. These are really lovely.

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  7. Love your taste, David. Your choices are incredibly wonderful 🙂

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  8. She is great. I love her art too. Thanks and Love, nia

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  9. Beutiful work! Thank you, David!
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  10. i agree and follow her too. yesterday i painted with watercolors with my kinders, most of them for the first time ever. one announced, ‘this paint is so watery!’ exactly. imagine that moment when you do something for the first time ever.

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  11. Michael Zahaby says:

    Lovely. Good start for the day. Thank you

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  12. I love the sleepin birds–speaks to me–not sure what it is saying though…..

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  13. Reblogged this on On the Homefront and commented:
    I love the sleeping birds………….

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  14. The bird rendering very much reminds me of japanese sumi-e style. Very soft with the color washing together. She also does a beautiful pairing of her images with poetry on her site. Very nice, David Thank you for bringing her to us!

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  15. Thanks everybody for nice words ❤

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