Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Thank You



A heartfelt thank you to all who so kindly "picked me up" after my last post. I knew that my fellow artists/blog friends would understand the angst of rejection, and I am deeply grateful for your taking the time to relate your own experiences and offer up encouragement.

In my opinion you are all "superior beings" who are filled with kindness, warmth and generosity of spirit. I truly appreciate all that you share.

© Nancy Lefko

8 comments:

Bobo Cat said...

Lovely images! You have a great recognizable style!

julie king said...

kindred spirits lift each other up! another lovely collage!

Lisa M Griffin said...

I love this and your post. I do feel the same... that it is wonderful to be able to connect with so many amazing and creative people from around the globe (or in your own backyard). This college mad me smile as well... if only we all had a little art fairy on our shoulder to get us through the bumps in the road.
Wonderful piece, thanks for sharing.

Diana Evans said...

It is wonderful to find so many wonderful blog friends...the support and friendship is really touching and special....

I am grateful to know you and to be able to share things with you too....

Wonderful post dearest friend...

Hugs
Diana

atomicvelvetsigh said...

this is very beautiful and charming. i think your works deserve so much more.

everyone goes thru ups and downs.. and remember that the downs we encounter happened to make us stronger..

Flying Colors said...

Lovely "Art Fairy". Does she use blush to paint?
And you are a superior being! Nice reminder... for all of us.

I loved Valgalart's 3 "P's"
Best to you Nancy!

Karen Mowrey said...

Oh, I just love this! And yes we are superior beings, don't ever forget that!!!

Karen

Candace Trew Camling said...

all we have is each other! Many people simply don't understand the trials and tribulations of being an artist. It's not like being a banker where you aren't connected to your work...Most artists put their soul and every bit of love they have into their work, so rejection can hurt, like a first crush in high school