Archive: 2009-10 1 - 4 of 6 posts

Contemporaries

Posted Oct 2009

Aw, we're all here together. I drew this picture from memory - of a woman who works at a high-school:


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Ready for College

Posted Oct 2009

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Flowers

Posted Oct 2009

Flowers are for 'just because I like them'.

These new phones are so excellent. So glad to have my phone with me while I went for a walk. A scruffy garden - this flower on a scraggly bush (bush? branch was more like it). I was attracted. And surprised that it smelled so lovely.

So often we get roses or grow roses these days and there's no scent. I took this photo because I was so fortunate to have this perfect rose in my life.


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15 per hour

Posted Oct 2009

I just came across Photos of 59 people - from a 4-hour party. Not too shabby. Especially since I humbly answer the question of "How many people can you draw per hour" with a recommendation to estimate 10 per hour.

59 people in 4 hours means almost 15 people in each hour.

I just wish more of the photos came out clear enough to actually See the faces that I drew. Here are some of the photos that are pretty clear. From an outdoor Wedding up in the Country. A beautiful day with land and fields and a dreamy ceremony:

BTW, as the bride started her ceremonial procession down to the lake where the groom waited, it started with traditional music. Then, groom named Bill, his bride swung into an active prancedance when the music switched to "I love you so, I always will And in your voice I hear a choir of carousels....."

Then I heard a beautiful ceremony - The bride and groom were told to take each others hands, look into their eyes, and realize that they were looking into the eyes of the person who will always help you, the eyes of the person who will always be your friend - stuff like that. It was so beautiful.


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