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Colorful homes in this San Francisco community look like they're straight out of a children's coloring book.

bellethestargazer:  Snowdrops and a painted lady. Jacques Le Moyne des Morgues, ca. 1575 (via Victoria & Albert Museum)

bellethestargazer: Snowdrops and a painted lady. Jacques Le Moyne des Morgues, ca. 1575 (via Victoria & Albert Museum)

An artist with impressive drive and vision, Daniel Keys' work has excelled far beyond his years. Still in his twenties, he has created a body of work that is well respected by artists and collectors the world over. The Painted Ladies are thrilled to have this incredible artist join us for the 2014 Great Alaskan Plein Air Retreat & Cruise and can’t wait for his Featured Artist demonstration!

An artist with impressive drive and vision, Daniel Keys' work has excelled far beyond his years. Still in his twenties, he has created a body of work that is well respected by artists and collectors the world over. The Painted Ladies are thrilled to have this incredible artist join us for the 2014 Great Alaskan Plein Air Retreat & Cruise and can’t wait for his Featured Artist demonstration!

What a lovely commisson! Lady Amalthea from The Last Unicorn <3 I watched it again only recently and it was so moving. However, I wish they made a new version of it with same soundtrack and everything, but maybe even 3D animated? :) <3 #cute #kawaii #lady #amalthea #ladyamalthea #unicorn #horse #portrait #manga #anime #cartoon #girl #natura #woman #forest #flower

What a lovely commisson! Lady Amalthea from The Last Unicorn <3 I watched it again only recently and it was so moving. However, I wish they made a new version of it with same soundtrack and everything, but maybe even 3D animated? :) <3 #cute #kawaii #lady #amalthea #ladyamalthea #unicorn #horse #portrait #manga #anime #cartoon #girl #natura #woman #forest #flower

Song Thrush and nest, March (1906) - from Edith Holden's Phenology of the English Midlands by Month, 1905-1906.

Song Thrush and nest, March (1906) - from Edith Holden's Phenology of the English Midlands by Month, 1905-1906.

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