ART JOURNAL: Any blank book I fill with my drawings.
That doesn't sound like a fun week, but I love how you've turned it into art!
Your life in drawings. You are journaling your life experiences and that's fun. Its all positive. Everyone looks a bit pained tho. The woman with her hand to her head.. is she getting bad news or is she tired of waiting. The woman waiting in the pink shirt is she worried about what she will or wont hear. Your drawings tell stories we can all put our own spin on.
Sounds interesting changes ahead for you. Enjoy your week:)
wonderful sketch of life.
Sounds like a big change is upcoming, hope it's all good for you. Looking forward to seeing your festival sketches.
This is really good, Lynn. I wish you the best with your transition in life. I've had way too many over the past 8 months. haha Sending you lots of love and support. :)
Looks like you are dealing with change really well. It's impressive that you've put this into your art. I love that car above, I took a photograph of a similar car that was parked in a lot a while back, you've really captured a feeling there.
This is really good-I've always admired being able to sketch from life-the thought scares me to much to attempt it yet. I love all of this but especially the lady in green with her head in her hand, I just love the emotion I get from that.
ah so many changes, so much paperwork, so many rules and regulations. nice there are two of you to work it out. good luck.
Oh, my. Waiting in those lines are so not fun. Love the person with their head in their hands.xolynn
oh, lovely SS office, the land of lost documents.
I knew exactly where that was before I even read your caption! I recently spent a total of 6 hours waiting at the SS Office. So much red tape!! Best wishes on your plans for the future.
Lots of worry in this illustration!! Very well done!! Hope it's nothing serious!Hugs Giggles
great sketch again... will be interested in your sketches form the festival...xx
You put your feelings into the sketch......I like the composition and way you broke up the space. Good luck with your endeavors!
loving this sketch - sorry you had to wait in line to sort the future!
Medicare, hmmm... scary! It will work out; great picture!!Nancy
Looks like you are going through a lot of changes. Change has always been scary for me. However, I am learning how to deal with my fear of change thanks to Gerard M. Doyle 's latest book, "Being You: How To Live Authentically." Thought you might find it useful as well.http://www.adaptivefreedom.com/
Thanks for leaving your comments as I love hearing from you. Your words of encouragement are why I continue to draw!