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Tiger Eyes Painting - Why 3 by Silvia  Duran

Why 3 is a painting by Silvia Duran which was uploaded on September 29th, 2011.

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Thank you Jim... I just love tigers....

Thank you Jim... I just love tigers....

Wonderful work and expression! fv

Thank you so much for your comments Steve.

Beautiful work. Well done. l/f

Hi Nick, Thank you for your comment...

Very cool tiger love the contrast between the warm tiger tones and the cool blue waters!

Thank you for your comment to my tiger, I am grateful Veikko.

Really wonderful painting Silvia!

Thank you for your comments Deyanira... I love these cats so much!! They are beauty in movement!!

Hello Silvia, this is such a wonderful painting I admire your art and your volunteer job around this precious gift from God to us! lfv

Thank you Carla... I just LOVE tigers!

Hi James, Thank you again for your comment!

Beautiful work as always! V/F

Thank you tyler for your uplifting words. You are always so kind. Bless you.

This is stunning, Silvia...absolute beauty! I am amazed at your talent..! f/v

Thank you Marc for your comments.

Dear Sharon, Thank you for featuring "WHY" in Square Format. There are no words that will convey how I felt reading your spiritual message. I love lotus flowers, they mean a lot to me, I am not quite sure why. On our meditations I always refer to them as the highest frequency... an open portal to a New Dimension. I have a mental picture of you Sharon and if I had to paint you, symbolicly, my canvas would be filled with flowers and trees and birds of beautiful plumage... there would be too, lions and lambs, and butterfies... the sacredness of life everywhere, and above, embrazing it all, a brightly coloured Rainbow .... touching lovingly all there is.

. so sweet the beautiful Tiger with the water lilies Silvia . . my favourite of the magnificent big cats . . wonderful symbolism of . purity and grace . . love the colours . you are featured in :: Square Format :: . . . Chinese literati believe that a lotus is a pure world unto itself in which both body and soul are clean. According to the book Jian Nan Shi Gao, when the Song dynasty poet Lu Yu was 78 years old, he once dreamt that an ancient spoke to him: "I am the lotus scholar and responsible for the mirror lake," he said. "But now I am leaving, and I was wondering if you could take my place minding the moonlight, wind and dew and protecting the lotuses?

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