all about whatever takes my fancy or gets me all riled up
Oh pamela! These are amazing. Good on you for getting all caught back up! LOVE LOVE the not-life-but-from-memory life drawings. UP! Ahh best movie, great pic. Have you seen this years Archibald Prize exhibition? My brother in law is one of the subjects of a peice. Can't recall the artist but it is of the soldier from Afghanistan. Artist possibly Ben Q?
Katie that is brilliant.Your brother had his portrait painted by the artist who won te Archibald last year!?I haven't seen the piece in person yet (I wait for it to travel, fewer crowds), but I did have a look online. Wowee, it is an incredibly powerful piece.You must be very very proud of him.xxFor those who would like to see, here's the link (hope it works in comments).http://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/prizes/archibald/2012/29238/
I was so happy when I saw your post on here today. I have missed your pictures so much. I love how some pictures are so simple yet others have much more detail and I too love the pictures that you draw from memory. Welcome back. You have been missed greatly.
Aw, thanks Kylie. I'll try not to let my absences grow quite so long from now on... But there might end up being a few more (hopefully not so big next time!).
So many wonderful pieces! I cry during the beginning of Up every time too, that and the end of Juno are the only movies I can't help crying over.
I had meant to say that the baby fairy is so incredibly sweet!