A page out of my sketchbook. We went ice-fishing and spent the day under brilliant sunshine on a wide open bay. This tree was a marker in one of the fishing holes, and while I waited for the fish to nibble, I became fascinated with the play of light and shadow in the branches. Every day a new image for the month of March.
Commitment: the state of being emotionally impelled to do something.
My commitment is to making art, loving life and doing well.
Daily Artworks... my continuing challenge for 2015: Observe and record. Record and observe. And stretch - s-t-r-e-t-c-h - myself.
What will I discover?
Thursday, March 26, 2009
Tree Against Distant Hills
Labels: drawing, graphite pencil, Mavis Penney, sketch, tree
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Being a big lover of trees I appreciated this drawing very much. You can feel the joy drawing gives you!
Taking a second look at your tree my thought was,
this tree looks like me!
Beautifully done Mavis. You've got the branches just right!
I am still looking at your tree, it is inspiring and is filling me with hope today. Thanks Mavis!
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