• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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03 February 2007


Oh my God you can draw! Good going Steph.

Those groundbreaking abstract painters, always, well, breaking ground. I had my little 'aha' moment at a van Gogh show at the Met over a year ago. All of his earlier works were really representational and rather dull. Then charcoal changed his life. That and probably more overt manifestations of mental illness, always fun and games with Vincent - All. The. Time. Your drawing trumps my best dog drawing by a million miles. I cheated and drew the dog curled up; it really looks like the dog - all back and top of head.

I really like that you documented your drawings from the beginning. Just think how you'll feel in a few months when you look back at the first drawings. You are already drawing better than I was when I was taking drawing classes. It'll be an interesting journey.

you ARE getting it. I agree; I like seeing the documentation of your progress.

Your drawings are just fantastic - i love glove number 2 and the studies of chet - really beautiful!!! I love how you are experimenting..think of all the time lost thinking you cant draw!!!! xxx

Good God, girl, do you know how badly I need to be able to do what you can do right now?

I bow (deeply) in reverence.

your drawings are *so good* stephanie! i am so impressed and inspired. i need some of your faith when i go back to tackle ceramics this week!!

This drawing is amazing. I totally imagine him snuggled against the cushions of the chair. You really have become much more confident very quickly. Plus, you obviously have a lot of innate talent. I love that you are keeping a record of your drawings as you go. :)

ohhhh your sleeping dog is adorable. Makes me want to reach out and pat him.

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