Tuesday



This series is from a touring show on which my mother and I collaborated. You can see more at the Keisendahl & Calhoun gallery site. It was a wonderful journey to take with my mother, and I miss having that much time in the studio! But motherhood calls, and, really, I wouldn't trade that little smiling face for anything.

4 comments:

FDChief said...

Lovely, delicate tracery. Your work reminds me of the wonderful illustrators of the late Nineteenth and early Twentieth centuries; Rackham, Tenniel. Beautiful. Absolutely beautiful.

Yoli said...

Lady what a talent you and your Mom are.

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

FDChief - thank you! That's exactly what I was aiming for, style-wise. I wish I had the patience for true etching, but I'm too lazy, so I just work with PigmaMicron pens.

Yoli...thanks ;)
She works much harder than I, but I think our work goes well together.

susannassketchbook said...

Oh my gosh! YOU are talented! I can't get over how detailed your drawings are...they look so real. Wow.