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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Versatile Drawing

It's been some time since I posted any of my drawings...

...mostly because the drawings have been...

...too much outpouring my guts...

...diary rather than journal or painting.

Today I snapped the ones that seem safe to share with all.
Do you use drawing as a way to process your worries and fears?  I find it very helpful, myself.  Versatile drawing!  Much to be grateful for!

11 comments:

  1. I always love your drawings ~ you who can actually draw! Hope you're having a good week. xo

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  2. oh yes, i mean, yes i do put all kind of personal emotions, feelings and thoughts in my work and oh yes show us your wonderful drawings, for me the viewer, i enjoy the composition, the colors and forms and i suppose i make my own tale looking at them or just enjoy their beauty. xx

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  3. Ah yes, that's why I'm not showing all of my mandalas ;-)

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  4. Yes, I do it all the time but I do it with paint or collage. Then I cover it up with the stroke of a brush so it's hidden to everyone but me. If someone ever took the time to wipe away the layers they'd see more than they bargained for!
    xo Carole

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  5. I love the owl :)

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  6. yes, in my collages,my paintings and in my art boxes are many personal emotions.
    I love your meditative paintings! :-) mano

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  7. Beautiful and interesting drawings, my favorite is the one with mother and child(?) - so silent.
    Yes, I do. And often I don´t know why I did a drawing like I did... what is it behind? For me it is a possibility to be free... (well, excuse my English).

    x Stefanie

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  8. what a fun little owl with it's own red bag

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  9. Sus, the gal with the snake in her hair reminds me of an "EVE Goddess" it's just awesome. Love the strength of her and of the trees and the sturdy feeling it gives...with the leaves free to fly all around, it is light and wonderful. It would be neat to design a set of headphones where the main support piece is a snake that is kind of worn as a headpiece and the speakers somehow connected to the ears. Keep on Rockin' in the Free World...I say. Hugs, Norma, x

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  10. P.S. I hope the owl gets tons of candy. Tons of candy. N, xo

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  11. Your drawings are very whimsical and delightful

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