Acrylic and colored pencil on patterned card stock
You really captured the essence of the luminarias. Great job. (I grew up in New Mexico--one of my favorite parts of the holidays.)
i love looking at those lights too! wonderful mood portrayed :-)
Maybe quick, but a nice idea :) I didn't know about that custom - would be great to see it.
I like this image!Congratulation!
Oh, thank you for this! We go to Arizona once or twice a year, and every Christmas I love to look at these luminaries on the house walls. So serene and lovely. You did a beautiful job capturing them.
what a beautiful image, i'd prefer these lights rather than tatty santas on our houses here.
lovely illo - I visited NM for the first time last year and just loved it - this took me straight back!
It looks so beautiful!
Very nice. It has a pleaceful feeling the little yellow lights and purples..Nice way to use cans!
Beautiful image. I love to see the different traditons and customs.
Oooh-- I love this one! Wouldn't have thought of making them from tin-- what a great idea!
you're such a wonderful artist. your work always gives me a sense of peace and calm, thank you.
What a beautiful glow they cast - lovely illo Laurel!
I used to sing that song in school, thank you for reminding me as I know all the lyrics :) Luminerias are lovely and so is your image!
Pure loveliness and I love New Mexico! Beautiful composition set to lovely music! Bravo!www.indigeneartforms.blogspot.com
lovely image... really like such lights...
wonderful idea, love it!
you transported me to a place of light and peace on this afternoon.very nice! your work is soothing.
This is gorgeous! I love the colors, textures and the whole concept.
I soooo love luminarias! Your painting brings out all their magic!
acccck!!!! the purples and the luminarias! one of my favs now, lollie! :) sucha great mood you set! (says yoda girl.)
I like the color use and the use of pattern you've been throwing in your work...
Lovely illustration. The best light show we saw at the time of the Millennium after all the grand fireworks around the world, was a number of votive candles in jam jars along the tops of a small stone bridge in a Scottish village.
So charming, as always!
so beautiful and imaginative use of the word canned. The music and words added a unique feel. great I love your work
I missed this one last week. Love it. Wish I could see that in person.
I love this painting. Is it new? I would like to know more about this art piece. Canned Lights! You are a character. NOTHING about you is canned :-) Nancy B.