Lots of layering.
I shared this frame several posts back. It has a mirror, and it was gold.
I left hints of gold.
Well, I have more frames, furniture, boxes, etc., waiting to be painted. See ya.
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Beautiful just beautiful, you are just so talented, love the frames, so pretty...ReplyDelete
I honestly don't know which I like best:
Your mad painting skills?
The actual thing you are painting?
Or your incredible photography?
You got it all, lady and I am a HUGE FAN of your work.
If less blogging means more doing, have at it - worth the wait every time.
Wow, I wish you could visit me and transform my world into the loveliness you create.
Have a wonderful and blessed week!
Breaks are refreshing I think. I adore your empty frame. One of my favorite vintage finds is my large oval gilded plaster frame in the living room. I left it chippy and did not touch it. I recently found a newer very large frame I have plans for. Wishing you a beautiful week, OliveReplyDelete
HEY . . . GREAT MINDS DO think alike !!!ReplyDelete
Our new post has an Urn very similar to the one on Your Gorgeous Frames !
WE LOVE YOUR STYLE, ROSEMARY !
BIG HUGS from TEXAS !!
JOE & GLENN
Especially love the blue right now. =)
Where do you ever get such wonderful frames to do???
Those beautiful hands of yours... wish I could do what you do!! I just adore the long frame with the urn on top and the long draping down the sides and with your technique, this is one of my favorites yet!ReplyDelete
Lovely pieces, Rosemary, and you are so skilled at layering the textures. Very pretty.ReplyDelete
I don't think there's anything you can't make into something beautiful!ReplyDelete
I love your painting style...gorgeous frames! Hugs, PennyReplyDelete
Rosemary I really love the way you paint! The layers, the depth! There is something about your style... it really looks like it has been painted for years and years! sigh!ReplyDelete
So very pretty. I love the "little bit" of turquoise. Blessings to you, Patti@OldThingsNewReplyDelete
You're gonna have to go to The Louvre to find art worthy of those frames! Fabulous!ReplyDelete
Beautiful frames Rosemary! Are you getting ready to do a market?ReplyDelete
Stunning...every one of them. You'd never know they weren't centuries old.ReplyDelete
Those are all beautiful pieces.ReplyDelete
You are so darn talented! These frames are beautifully perfectly imperfect! I love them! karen....ReplyDelete
I'm loving those hints of blue on the frames! It's soft and cheerful at the same time.ReplyDelete
I have to agree with all these lovely comments - I just keep scrolling through your pics and say "wow"...ReplyDelete
Of Course they are FABULOUS, do you have paint under your finger nails? LOL
I always get paint in my hair LOL
I've been a perpetual blog break, but forgot to tell anyone ...ReplyDelete
of course .... love all the frames!!!
These frameds are gorgous, I would love the top frame to put a mirror inside. It is gorgeous.ReplyDelete
It's nice to take a break regularly. I have collected old frames forever and you have some beauties here. I especially am fond of the one with the urn and swags. Lovely new finishes as well.ReplyDelete
Beautiful painting! Those frames, the details & the textures are just stunning!
All the Best,
Lovely as always Rosemary.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your creative time.
Hugs ~ Kerryanne
Love the finish that you put on everything. I tried a version of your Old World method on a few items, I'll be posting photos of them tomorrow. They don't look as wonderful as yours by any means but your such an inspiration that I wanted to give it a try.
Really beautiful Rosemary. I love the colors and the layering. There's just so much depth to these pieces! I'd love it if you would share this at "What We Accomplished Wednesday," at Green Willow Pond. It is live right now. Have a great week!ReplyDelete
I'm a sucker for great old frames~ReplyDelete
as my own mAd collection will attest!
You have some I'd like to add~uh, oh. . .
Wow! These frames are fantastic! Love the paint choice. :)ReplyDelete
You need to rename your blog "The Treasures of Rosemary' I can't believe what you do with old beat up stuff, it always looks amazing! I love the blue green color too!ReplyDelete
I so love your work. A joy to behold. You are so great with layering and you have the most beautiful pieces! You inspire me to give layering a go!:)ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your wonderful work Rosemary!
Homa style is having an Inspire Me link party that just started!
I would love it if you linked up:)
Here's the link
I do my best to market the inspiring projects through my social media sites and follow too:)
I think less gold and more paint leaves a much richer look, rich in history too. Love the look you created!ReplyDelete
Liz @ Quirky Vistas
So beautiful! great taste! Im am now following! :-)ReplyDelete
What a great idea! Please share it on a terrific linky – Design Décor Tuesday. www.designdecortuesday.blogspot.com. See you there! ☺ReplyDelete
All beautiful finishes, Rosemary.ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining the Open House party.