Swallowtail ACEO

It’s been awhile since I posted something for my art, so I thought I’d put up a newer ACEO I’ve done.

Butterfly 2019 3.5″x2.5″ acrylic on Bristol board © 2019 Dawn Blair

I currently have this card and some other new ACEO’s listed on ebay.

Palladium – Chapter 30

I sometimes wonder if I was meant to write in order to discover the universe. I really feel it strange that so many things I “knew” as a child and teen are now being backed with quantum science.

Not long ago, I had an idea for my Onesong which I liked but almost discarded as, “Nah, that’ll be too far of a stretch for my readers to believe.” However, the idea refused to leave.

Earlier this week, I watched a documentary (Black Wholes) where the scientist involved in presenting his theory actually said what I had been thinking, yet he didn’t expand on it any further. I wonder if he didn’t for the same reason I didn’t.

Yet now as I write and reflect on what his theory, I realize that he didn’t “go down the rabbit hole” with his thoughts either. When he said it, I jumped out of my chair and started screaming, “Yes, the Onesong! Dimensions!” (That’s why I watch my documentaries when I’m alone.) But he didn’t go there to the same thoughts.

Of course, he didn’t because he can’t prove it scientifically. But I can use it in fiction.

In trusting the process, I know that this build is why I haven’t been able to finish up Tangled Magic, Walk the Path, and Dragons of Wellsdeep. I needed this little extra information gained. Trusting the process includes all the extra information that comes in via synchronicity. I was asking for the pieces that would make it all come together and it is.

Now, if only I could answer the one question I really want to know the answer to. That seems to be the one question that drives me to keep seeking and always takes me down the rabbit holes of possibilities and allows me to realize what I “know.”

Alas, I don’t know if I will ever discover that answer. But, if anything will lead the way for me, it is the Onesong.

Let’s get to the story.


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Cover design by Dawn Blair/Morning Sky Studios
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Chapter 30

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Purple trees

After my post earlier this week about the seasons changing way too soon, I thought I’d lighten it up a bit by bringing in some spring. The seasons do not rule my painting!

I’ve had many people admire my purple trees. I don’t know why I like to paint them; they are just fun. So, here’s another purple tree that is available. I imagine myself lying on the ground looking up through the branches of this tree and watching the clouds float by.

Looking up 2018-8 (ACEO)
Acrylic on Bristol Board
Dawn Blair ©2018

If you wish this little lovely to be yours, check out my auction on ebay going on now.

Palladium – Chapter 29

The next few weeks are going to have some short chapters. We’re getting down to a section that I haven’t written yet. I know what happens a little further on in the story, but I’m missing the bridging transition. I’d like to have that done before I let you wander down the path into the deeper recesses of this story. This is, as I’ve mentioned before, one of the dangers of running stories that I am currently writing. While it’s exciting to have readers with me on the journey, it’s also precarious. I hope you love the thrills! Of course, that’s why we’re on this adventure together, isn’t it? (grin)

This will also allow for some of you who have gotten behind (AHEM! You know who you are!) to get caught up. (laughing)

Ok, to the story!


Cover and layout copyright © 2019 by Morning Sky Studios
Cover design by Dawn Blair/Morning Sky Studios
Cover art copyright © Rodjulian | Dreamstime.com, ©
Xneo | Dreamstime.com, and © Gualtiero Boffi| Dreamstime.com

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Chapter 29

by Dawn Blair

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Winter in the air?

I noticed the leaves on the trees starting to change color in the middle of August. Some people told me I was crazy, even as I was pointing to the yellow leaves on the trees. Per our calendar, we have made the transition to fall, yet some areas of Idaho are going to get snow (or have snow on them). Isn’t that winter weather?

Let’s face it: the seasons do not fit into the nice calendar we have designed. The seasons do what they wish to do rather than following the desires of humans. We try so hard to control things, yet nature will follow her own rhythms. Humans: we’re so cute, we’re just not very bright.

I would have to say that today’s ACEO is inspired by this early arrival of fall. There are flowers, yet the leaves are already starting to turn yellow.

Landscape 2019-6 (ACEO)
Acrylic on Bristol Board
Dawn Blair ©2019

If you wish this little lovely to be yours, check out my auction on ebay going on now.

Palladium – Chapter 28

Since I’ve been spending all summer telling people about the free fiction here, I thought it might be time to also issue a reminder: this is just a first draft, not the final thing. Text will change. Scenes will be added or removed as the story needs. It is not a completed book.

PSA over.

If you have recently started reading the story, welcome. If you have been reading my free fiction for a while, welcome back. Hugs all around! (grin)

Now, let’s get you to the story.


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Cover design by Dawn Blair/Morning Sky Studios
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Chapter 28

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Palladium – Chapter 27

This weekend I will be out at the Thousand Springs Festival of Art. I have a few new pieces I’ve done since Twin Falls Art in the Park, as well as new ACEO’s. I also have a few new magnets. I completely sold out of the magnets I had on hand at FanX. I haven’t even had a chance to show off of talk about the magnets I’ve been painting yet.

Since I haven’t shown any painting for a while, here are a couple of the new magnets I have for Thousand Springs.

Varnished magnet
©2019 Dawn Blair

The picture of this one was taken after I had varnished it. I forgot to do it beforehand. This one is before being varnished:

Unvarnished magnet
©2019 Dawn Blair

I also have replenished my supply of blank note cards and they are now individually wrapped. Who wants to fold and bag 300 new cards? Yeah, that’s what I thought.

Okay, well, let’s get you to the story.


Cover and layout copyright © 2019 by Morning Sky Studios
Cover design by Dawn Blair/Morning Sky Studios
Cover art copyright © Rodjulian | Dreamstime.com, ©
Xneo | Dreamstime.com, and © Gualtiero Boffi| Dreamstime.com

Palladium

Chapter 27

by Dawn Blair

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