Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Doors Project

A group of bloggers is doing a Doors Project today. After laboriously, copying and pasting 30 plus links to the other bloggers, they disappeared which was traumatic. So, please check out Frank Gardner to see the other participants. Sorry 'bout that.
My Old Studio Door in The Codman Building, Rockland, MA
Red Door Parrsboro, NS
WomenCrafts, Provincetown, MA
Cottage at Second Beach, Parrsboro, NS
Pink Cottage, Marshfield, MA
Abandoned Farmhouse East Bridgewater, MA
The Old Post Office in East Bridgewater, MA
Julie Heller Gallery, Provincetown, MA

23 comments:

Sara said...

All your doors are colorful and full of character...thank you for the tour. One wonders what stories some of them would tell.

Ambera said...

I had a similar disaster occur pasting my links, then copying them one by one, then struggling with Html errors...I barely made it. Your doors are lovely though!

Sue said...

Lucky for me that the Doors of the World have opened to show me your work and world. I'm enjoying this trip around the globe and meeting wonderful artists like you. What a lovely and colourful collection of portals! Best wishes.

Karen Cole said...

A lovely "artsortment" of doors. Beautiful paintings as well.

Sherry ~ Cherie ~ ms. herbes de provence said...

What colourful doors from so many different places!

rdl said...

Great!! Love em all!!

Joanne said...

I have enjoyed seeing all your doors. I think my favorite is the pink door in Parsboro, Nova Scotia, although your old studio door is gorgeous too! Thanks for sharing these lovely pictures with us!

John "little like sand" said...

Lovely doors Mary! I enloy doors, they often lead to great joy and contentment. They are all very inviting.

Frank Gardner said...

You have posted a very nice assortment Mary. Great doors. Sorry that you had so much trouble with links. It took me a few nights to get mine all in working order.

Paz said...

I enjoyed looking at all your door photos. Thanks!

Paz

doudy said...

Great Blog !!!!! I enjoyed it a lot :)

Cara Dawn Romero said...

Mary - loved your doors! My sister and I are going to do a series called "Gates and Doors - Two Sisters"..I paint doors and she does wonderful colored pencils of gates.

Lorna said...

Mary, my blog is the door to my mind---it looks a bit like the Parrsboro door, but it's vry slightly warped.

Sandy said...

Love the doors, all very unique..

thanks for stopping by Mary.

s

Julie at Virtual Voyage said...

Just catching up - great doors.

Trying to get started oil painting again after a long gap and found scrolling through your work an incentive!

Julie at Virtual Voyage said...

....thanks for your comment on mine. Just love the expression studio rat. Good point!

...I've been dipping into Duane's blog occasionally for some time now, though tend towards larger work personally. Not formally qualified in art, but did get the chance to do an intensive foundation course at the Slade a few years ago; have a son who is doing Fine Art. If you're interested, there are sets of photos of Henry Moore at Kew Gardens on my Photoblog - (link main page (VV) sidebar, then look in the pb sidebar for past sets).
Have a good weekend!

Diana Moses Botkin said...

Wow how fun! I esp. like that second one; t'would make an interesting painting subject.

Sara said...

Hi again, and thanks for visiting my blog and leaving your comments...I see what you meant by 'yet another Naples' as it sounds like you are in Naples, FL for the winter! I appreciate your encouraging remarks!

Sara

Paula Cravens said...

All the doors are great but I love the pink cottage. I want to paint it. Why are north americans so dedicated to beige, grey and white at house colors? I wish I could pass a by-law in Canal Flats making people paint their houses all sorts of wonderful colors but they already think I'm weird.

laura said...

wonderful idea; I love these door--each is as individual as a person!

Sky said...

i love the light in the first photograph at your old studio. that is beautiful photography!

the rest are all interesting, too, but the first made me gasp aloud. :)

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

I so appreciate all these comments especially Sky's about my studio door. That studio was my favorite place in the world.

Brendy Vaughn said...

Beautiful doors! Are you going to paint them as well as photograph them? That would be a great series.

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