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Mirror of Galadriel

Goldie Took
The Shire

Mar 5 2007, 3:46am

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Mirror of Galadriel Can't Post

this one is from 2005, watercolor with a bit of gold metalic

(This post was edited by Goldie Took on Mar 5 2007, 3:48am)

White Gull

Mar 5 2007, 4:38am

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That's definitely [In reply to] Can't Post

One of my favorites, and one that comes to mind when I think on one of my poems. *sigh* It's so nice to have visual aids to middle-earth. "The lady of the golden wood, in deepest thought at mirror stood...."


Grey Havens

Mar 5 2007, 5:34am

Post #3 of 9 (321 views)
Goldie!... [In reply to] Can't Post

Great to see you again!

And your artwork is beautiful... as always!

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Grey Havens

Mar 5 2007, 9:49am

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I am so glad you droppped by [In reply to] Can't Post

with your wonderful show. Thank you for sharing your gifts with us. I find them very enspiring and beautiful. I wonder if you remember me fron 2003-04 (mostly in the RR). I loved your art then. I am glad to have discovered your website as well.


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Mar 5 2007, 2:03pm

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If your nick wasn't already Goldie [In reply to] Can't Post

We'd have to change it for you. Your work is so often glowing and golden. I've been hoping you'd come along and post it! Thank you.

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Mar 5 2007, 3:34pm

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the lady of light [In reply to] Can't Post

I remember this one too. Beautiful light, flowing lines and otherworldliness. I love how you've made her such an enigmatic person, barely revealed to us through her light. The texture in the foliage around and below her is lovely too. Very fine watercolour work.

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Mar 6 2007, 6:26am

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YAY!! [In reply to] Can't Post

You are SO one of the people I've missed posting here. Smile

One of the main reasons I wanted to add a Fan Art forum was to lure people like you back (not to mention the added benefit of getting other wonderful artists to come out of the woodwork - *looks down board* you know who you are -Wink). My evil plan is working!! Angelic

Goldie, your work is as beautiful and breathtaking as always. I love your Bag End and I love the other things you have done as well.

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Mar 12 2007, 2:28pm

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OH! Look what i found! [In reply to] Can't Post

Galadriel! I get such a warm and mesmerizing feeling from her wonderful luminescence. It reminds me of Gandalf as he stood 'arrayed' in light on the bridge of Khazad-Dum. Such power these two have.
One can understand how Gimli was so taken with her.
I think i will come back to visit her from time to timeSmile.
Nice work:).

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Tol Eressea

Apr 1 2007, 9:36am

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Hello, dear Goldie... [In reply to] Can't Post

So glad to find you again here...Smile
You know, it's looking for your art that brought me to this Forum after diving first for quite a while in the Movie Discussion one; I am not disappointed: here you are, the very first name listed in!!!
Thank you for this picture... Smaug is great too, but I love any thing of beauty having to do with Galadriel, and the Mirror scene has always been a deeply cherished one for me, so that's what my eyes, following my heart, will look most eagerly at! Heart

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