Trips with my sketchbooks in tow!
I found your blog by clicking the "next blog" link from mine. I haven't done this in ages, but I'm glad I did. I was a painting major in college. I'm a professional photographer now, but it's been a LONG time since I've picked up a paintbrush or a sketch pad. I must have looked through your entire blog - smiling the whole time. I remember how it felt always having paint under my fingernails and never going anywhere without a pencil. Beautiful work. An elegant way to view the real world.. Brooke
Thankyou Brooke.I'm honoured that you spent so long browsing here and delighted to have brought back some fond memories for you.Your photography is beautiful!
Oh! She's wonderful. It must bring you a lot of pleasure to see her in your garden everyday. As always your line work and color have combined to create a simply lovely sketch. Thank you for sharing.
What a wonderful little statue to brighten up your yard. Nice sketch of her.
It's just beautiful!!!
This is just beautiful...you inspire me to get into my garden(in spite of the weather!!!!) and appreciate all the little corners!Ronell
This is a wonderful drawing! I love how the statue is white and surrounded by color.
Thankyou Juj, I do enjoy her, I love garden statues!
Thankyou so much Teri!
Thankyou Ronell, so glad to have inspired you!
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