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Into the West at Dawn

Shadowfaxfan
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Jan 11 2008, 10:07am


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is the title I gave this acrylic painting. It was originally inspired when we "sub-conspirators" of the Map Quest chose to thank Ent Maiden for her hard work for seeing the project through and the compassion she displayed to her fellow Tornsibs. When Googleing for an Ent Maiden picture I found a few cartoon types, but nothing that would be suitable for a gift so I decided to try to create one of my own.

I have not had a lot of time to paint in my lifetime so the learning process is sometimes frustrating especially as I tried to get the paint to behave and do what I wanted or to get her to scan properly which finally happened at a professional scanning business. She began to take on a life of her own representing so much more than just a painting. I am in the middle of a fight for the Shire so to say as a developer wants to develop 17,000 acres in our rural community just a few miles away. I can't say how desperately I have wished for an army of Ents the last month or so. And lately at night I wish Treebeard could sing to me so I could sleep.


She is holding back her branches as she tries to get a good look at where she is going as she prepares to leave on a journey to a place she has never known. Young and beautiful, as Treebeard remembers the Entwifes and Maidens to have been before they left and went into the west. She has a basket of corn to plant when she finds her new home.



A myth is far truer than a history, for a history only gives a story of the shadows, whereas a myth gives a story of the substances that cast the shadows.~Annie Besant
Riding a horse is not a gentle hobby, to be picked up and laid down like a game of solitaire. It is a grand passion. It seizes a person whole, and once it has done so, he will have to accept that his life will be radically changed. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Into the West at Dawn Shadowfaxfan Send a private message to Shadowfaxfan Jan 11 2008, 10:07am
    Thank you for posting this! Aunt Dora Baggins Send a private message to Aunt Dora Baggins Jan 11 2008, 4:30pm
        Thank you Aunt Dora Shadowfaxfan Send a private message to Shadowfaxfan Jan 12 2008, 6:14am
    That is so evocative labingi_maura Send a private message to labingi_maura Jan 11 2008, 4:34pm
        This was refreshing, Shadowfaxfan Send a private message to Shadowfaxfan Jan 12 2008, 6:29am
            My pleasure, Shadowfaxfan, labingi_maura Send a private message to labingi_maura Jan 13 2008, 4:02am
                I agree with the color issue Shadowfaxfan Send a private message to Shadowfaxfan Jan 16 2008, 9:09am
    Now, thats a nice view. orcbane Jan 15 2008, 2:18am
        Thanks for the positive feedback Shadowfaxfan Send a private message to Shadowfaxfan Jan 16 2008, 8:54am

 
 
 

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