Friday, June 11, 2010

Stages

Elf light, bat light,
Touchwood light and toad light,
And the sea a shimmering gloom of grey,
And a small face smiling,
In a dream's beguiling
In a world of wonders far away.
Walter de la Mare


Now sleeps the crimson petal, Now the white,
Nor waves the cypress in the palace walk,
Now winks the gold fin in the porphyry font;
The fireflly wakens. Waken thou with me.
Alfred Lord Tennyson

Circus stages and woodland ones too.
Hope you have a wonderful weekend
xx
julie
juliewhitmorepottery.etsy.com

22 comments:

susan jenkins said...

I LOVE your stages!!!! Beautiful!
xx sis

Tracey Broome said...

BEAUTIFUL!

pammalu said...

heavens to mercy, lady! The elephant on the pedestal was bold and heart warming. The owl and the fox transcends my powers of description. Both are beautiful. You are a treasure!

April said...

The animals, the quotes, the stages- they do make me dream of a world of wonders far away! Just Enchanting!

Aunt Jenny said...

Oh Julie...just wonderful as always!! LOVE that little fox!! You amaze me!

Claire said...

Hey Julie, I always struggle to find the right words to describe how I feel when I see your new pieces.
They are just lovely (totally inadequate)a different style, it works so well.
Love the poetry ' awaken fireflys' sounds wonderful.
The most beautiful winters day here, inspiration everywhere you look.
Have a lovely day in your corner of the globe.

farmlady said...

Oh Julie, these are both so beautiful. Your artwork is always so charming and unique.

Vintage Fairy Tales Rebecka said...

Julie, one day I must come to visit you!
My friends inThe Vintage Fairy Tales
would go perfectly well with your friends.
Make sure that the fox and the owl are at home.
I want to ask them if they are willing to do some
photoshooting..!?
Tell them that I offer some afternoon tea as payment, if that's okay.
Love to you
Becky

sea-blue-sky & abstracts said...

The shelf of pretty wares above and stages below, what a nice treat. Hope that you have a good weekend too, Julie. x

Bloody Frida said...

absolutely lovely!!!!

Patricia Griffin said...

Love the elephant and his stage pedestal!

A Time to Dance said...

I am so in love with the elephant Julie, just delightful...love H

My Farmhouse Kitchen said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE the elephant....and the fox and owl....all so wonderful.....

as always

donkey watching her corn grow
xxx

lilylovekin said...

It is so fun to watch what lovely little creations come out of you studio- I love these stages and can't wait to see more.

Cottage Garden said...

Hello Julie

Thank you so much for your recent comment over at mine. What a delightful blog you have - I love the 'Greetings' piece in your sidebar - so very welcoming, I feel at home already!

Jeanne
x

vicki said...

Oh Julie - these are magnificent. Just like a circus! Your creations are just unlike anything I have ever seen - you are immensley talented. I love seeing your creations - your photos are fabulous!

Vicki

Lori ann said...

I'm late coming by, have not been blogging as much. But I am SO glad to be here! I can't believe your talent and imagination, you are so amazing Julie. I LOVE the fox and the owl, I think that's the cutest thing i've ever seen. I just saw a fox here in our marsh, there is a mother and at least 2 cubs! I love your animals.
I hope your having a wonderful weekend!

Lori ann said...

Oops, I forgot to say I love the ellie too! :)

Julie Whitmore Pottery said...

I don't know how I got so lucky having such great people leaving such uplifting comments. but I sure did and treasure each and every one of you
xxx

claudia said...

Nice blog,Compliments from Tenerife!!!

Beth Scott said...

Julie, I am enjoying my find: that of finding you! Whisps from the past, and lovely poetry. A china painter, turned potter, 'tis I, with an eye and ear for the very special! I am so looking forward to acquiring a cup or two for tea! Beth

Maggie Ann said...

Delight and imagination have no age...I feel as young and imagination free as a bird, reading your posts.

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