Monday, December 28, 2009

Red Lanterns

It rained during Jia Li's wedding.  But her old uncle told her this was a good omen and that her married life would be lucky.  Her mother, certainly hoped this was true.

~posting from Chiang Mai where the newly weds have joined us. They are radiant.


  1. This is a stunning piece. I love the expression on her face. Wishing the glowing newly weds a life filled with happiness and much love.

  2. Quite hot here, I hope you had a nice Christmas, I leave a big hug and best wishes for 2010, it was very nice meeting you, I hope to continue sharing from a distance. Besitos paty

  3. How I need my Wu Feng Road fixes.


  4. Wow!!! How awesome! Love this exciting piece!

  5. It is always a delight to visiting to your virtual home is full of beauty and positive energy ...
    Have a 2010 full of angels and light.
    Big hug

  6. I have been following your blog and admiring your beautiful and unique paintings for quite some time. The stories to go with them are magical. I was very happy and interested to see an actual photo of you and your daughter! I was so surprised to see that you were blonde. I guess I imagined you being Asian. I just re-read your biography and I didn't realize that you were third generation American living in Tawian. Your name of "ming" confused me. Is your husband or either of your parents Asian? I'm sorry if I am being nosy, I am just so intrigued by your very colorful life. You and your daughter look so radiant on the wedding photos! I love your dresses--so exquisit! Congrats to all of you!

  7. Enchanting blues and reds!
    Happy new year to you and your family.
    HK is quite cold these days ... it's good ... just right for the season :)


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