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„Tanna“ cards

17. Februar 2014

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„Tanna“-Karte, passend zum Bild. Ich freue mich schon darauf, sie anlässlich verschiedener Gelegenheiten zu versenden.
Übrigens: Am kommenden Samstag, 22. Februar um 11 Uhr, wird in der Landesbibliothek Teßmann in Bozen von Sabine Gruber und Renate Mumelter die Neuausgabe von Anita Pichlers „Die Frauen aus Fanis“ vorgestellt: „Anita Pichler porträtiert 13 Frauengestalten aus der reichen Sagenwelt des Dolomitenraums und erzählt brillant von den mutigen und wilden Frauen.“

Cartolina „Tanna“ in base al quadro della Regina dei Croderes che penso di utilizzare in diverse occasioni.
A proposito di leggende delle Dolomiti: Sabato 22 febbraio alle ore 11 alla Biblioteca Provinciale Teßmann, Renate Mumelter e Sabine Gruber, entrambe amministratrici del lascito letterario di Anita Pichler (1948-1997), presentano la riedizione di “Die Frauen aus Fanis” (Le donne di Fanis): „Anita Pichler ritrae 13 figure femminili riprese dal ricco universo delle saghe dolomitiche e narra brillantemente di donne coraggiose e selvagge“.

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  1. 17. Februar 2014 08:58

    bellissime e affascinanti queste cartoline! Ciao Sybille, buona giornata!

    • Sybille permalink*
      17. Februar 2014 09:03

      Grazie Cristina, ti auguro un buon inizio della nuova settiana! :*

  2. 17. Februar 2014 21:31

    I love this card, it looks very ‚mythological‘

    • Sybille permalink*
      18. Februar 2014 20:15

      I’m looking forward to draw more legends of the Dolomites! :)

  3. Stefania permalink
    18. Februar 2014 09:07

    Ciao Sybille, ti ho scoperta per caso e da quel momento ti leggo quotidianamente. In ogni cosa che ci mostri o ci racconti trapela il tuo immenso amore per la vita. Ma come fai ad essere sempre così positiva? Ti prego svelaci il tuo segreto. Con affetto, Stefania.

    • Sybille permalink*
      18. Februar 2014 20:14

      Grazie Stefania, il tuo commento mi fa molto piacere!
      Eh no, non sono sempre positiva… ma quando disegno riesco a sentirmi felice e serena e a dimenticare le cose meno belle, in mezzo ai colori. È un po‘ come se stessi parlando a me stessa, rassicurandomi che tutto andrá bene, che c’é sempre una soluzione a tutto… Un po‘ come riesce a farlo la musica.
      :)
      un caro saluto
      S.

  4. 19. Februar 2014 07:53

    Sybille, such an enchanting drawing and wonderful cards. I see animals on the mountains, animals in the valley, animals close at home. Tana is everywhere and the brooks flows to the river, to the sea and recycles life.
    Tana is the Moon Goddess? I found this:

    http://books.google.nl/books?id=yB5dVZKNQlgC&pg=PA131&lpg=PA131&dq=tana+goddess&source=bl&ots=fJlSn_RPWl&sig=S4hIwcpCsP3XC6FNaAZDZbsqLOo&hl=en&sa=X&ei=iWIEU-CWDeiy0QXY_4CABw&ved=0CDsQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=tana%20goddess&f=false

    • Sybille permalink*
      20. Februar 2014 06:16

      Hi Paula, thank you!
      Tanna is not a real goddess but she was the Queen of the Croderes, the first people of Dolomites, made of stone. Tanna gave life to the first marmots, then to the first women and men. As she decided to go to live with the humans she had to leave back the Rajeta, the blue stone that gave her magic power. She married a king far away in a land near the sea and had a son, but after some years her heart wanted to see the mountains, again. The king didn’t want her any more because sadness made her look bad. So she took her son and went to the Dolomites, that made her happy and young again. Unfortunately the Croderes killed her son through a flooding. Tanna was so unhappy about losing her son that her heart broked and she became into stone, again, without feelings. The Croderes gave her back the Rajeta and now she was their Queen, again. Only one day at the year there are no natural catastrophes and no danger in the mountains for people: this is the day when Tanna feels her heart beating again and she can cry for her dead son.

      The link you gave me doesn’t work but I don’t think it talks about Tanna (I’ve seen there are not many infos online about this legend).
      Have a nice day! :)
      S.

  5. 22. Februar 2014 19:37

    Schade wohnen wir nicht näher, das hätte mich sehr interessiert!

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