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February 24, 2010


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I love your interpretation of the aurora borealis! The whole piece is magical, so filled with spirit.


beautiful. and magical. it makes me want to be in the deep midwinter.


oh, you really capture the aurora borealis so fantastically, my friend ! You've created another masterpiece ... I'm in awe everyday. xoxo


I love this piece!I was in Lapland in winter 2007 at the right time to see Aurora Borealis but unfortunately we didn't see it! I am still amazed by the fact that I was there!Thank you for sharing such a beautiful piece!
By the way your blog won the bronze Olympic in the voting!Do you know?Ariadne from Greece!

Joan Browning

Your Blog is so beautiful. Your land is so differnet from mine. Your Winter is so amazingly lovely. And Cold! It is Summer in New Zealand now. Where I live there is never snow. I would love to experience a winter like yours.


Wonderful piece, and beautifully captured.

Geninne D. Zlatkis

Amazing Margie, absolutely magical!


i love the adventures you take me on, whether it be a walk through the woods or diving into an embroidered piece like this. you really know how to capture wonder and magic in your posts.


I love your winter tale, Margie ! Your work always tells stories. You're an enchantment, a daily enchantment !

Mathyld / encore petite

Inukshuk !!! That's the word I've been trying to remember since your "walk in peace" post !!!

And, on a side note, that is funny how our minds seem connected -once more-
I recently started a "tumblr" and called it "aurora borealis" ...

And of course, I looove your latest works,
x x x

Mary Ellen

You make me love winter. lovely vignette. j'adore!


Such a lovely piece! And with a vocabulary to match - I'm a word-oriented person, so I appreciate having those meanings to attach, to both the words and the images. Especially 'tukilik'; I wish English had a comparable word! Thank you again for sharing :)

Hallie Lindal

I am so glad to find your blog and I love seeing and reading about the north. We so loved Alaska that we even named our youngest little girl Aurora so she would have a little piece of Alaska too! I love your art and can't wait to explore your blog some more!

andrea gutierrez

i know it's late in responding, i am just going through the folk crafts flickr team. i'm in love with this especially because i am inspired by native american stories and customs right now. i'm in the middle of drawing my first totem pole and i can't wait to finish. so, again, love :)

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