Thanks, Barb. Happy new year!
A bag lady! It's like seeing an old friend.Her hair is so unique and so realistic. She looks to me to be in thought, weighing whatever edge keeps her in or, maybe, protects her. It makes me wonder how I feel about edges. Frayed is an interesting word . I've never thought of a life as frayed, but it makes senseMore bag ladies please, lo? Maybe even a book? :-)Love love & lovekj
I hope do add more bag ladies to my family this year. A book would be a good idea! xo
Such fun seeing one of your bag ladies. This time of year the edge seems so near. Come back sun, come on warmer weather...
thought provoking and lovely
Lovely bag lady again!Good to see you creating ;)Hope 2013 will give you more time to do so.I also love the white blog look :) YEAH!You know my wish for 2013...... ;)♥M
Yes, my wish too ;)♥
She looks down over the edge into the blue sea...she may be feeling sad or lonely, but in a second, she will look up, turn to her right and see the beautiful shooting star....which will fill her heart with warmth and joy, inspiration and hope.Beautiful work dear BS!Love,♥ R ♥
Nice interpretation! xo♥
what a beautiful comment robin! and beautiful drawing lo. i think your paper bag drawings are all so special. i sometimes like to draw on bags too, but they sure don't look like your lovely work!
Beautiful work and I of course love your banner!
I love the bag ladies and i like Robins thoughts.
I always like your bag ladies. They would make a great compilation for a self-published book like Lynn just did.
Nice to see you Patty. I thought of you when the earthquake happened off the coast.
I love your paper sack Art. Thanks for comment. I have missed you. I know its hard to work full time and keep up with everything tho but just so you know you are missed. :)
Thanks Cris. I long for the day when I'm here more ♥
Lovely! And what a stunning blog banner!!! I too have been using butterflies again in my artwork. :)
I did that collage a couple of years ago. Still a favorite. It would be wonderful if butterflies could survive in the snow. Think how colorful our winters would be!
Robin's comment gave me chill bumps...how many times do we forget to look up and see the wonder around us. I can totally relate.Thanks for another brilliantly rich bag lady...:)