Sunday, April 17, 2011

Sunday Sketches

I have been working on faces recently. I just can't decide what I like to draw most. Anyway it fun to draw and helps me forget my worries for awhile. Hope everyone is having a great weekend.

21 comments:

lissa said...

wonder what she's surprise about. thanks for your visit and have a great sunday.

Gallery Juana said...

Expressive portrait! I find drawing is very calming too. Thanks for the visit.

Tammie Lee said...

art is magical like that, makes us present to the moment, not worrying about another moment. Nice to see your piece and thank you for your visit.

Heather said...

Yes, that's the key to art....having fun and loving it! I like the face here...great eyes!!!! enjoy your Sunday!! xo

Christine said...

lovely girl, I like her eyes. Yes, art is a marvelous escape isn't it?

Debbie said...

she has such a thoughtful expression, very good sketch!

craftattack said...

Nice work. That lady looks rather indignant! Yes, art is always a way to escape from worries and cares! Hugs, Valerie

Marlene said...

Her expression is terrific, she is either surprised or startled from the looks of it. If drawing helps you forget your worries for a while it has done it's job.

RCUBEs said...

Your artwork is awesome! I didn't know that it is your passion, too! I love to draw and haven't been doing it in a while. Take care and God bless.

Deanna said...

I love drawing portraits too. I can never decide what I like doing most either. Some days is landscapes, other it's portraits or animals. That's what makes it so fun. :)

Pop Art Minis said...

Experimenting with different subjects is a great way to discover what you love the most!! Great job!

Mike Golch said...

you draw,I attempt to play my Hammered Dulicmer.

NOS said...

I know I say this every time you post a drawing, but YOU ARE SO TALENTED! Really! Faces are so difficult to draw, and you nailed it! I'm so glad you have found a therapeutic activity for yourself.

Wishing you well,
NOS

EVA said...

It is fun to draw. Wonder what she's thinking? Great expression!

Sophia said...

I like the mystery that seems to be coming forth from the expression on her face. You continue to amaze me with all of yoru hidden talent. :) Hugs

Mark Zellner said...

This is a terrific picture, Wanda. Art IS a great way to forget your worries - if you're good at it! For me it just becomes a worry itself! ;)

I read your profile - sounds like you've had to endure quite a lot. I'm sorry to hear that, but glad to know you are trusting Christ and growing stronger. Wish you the best!

Peace,
Mark

Jennifer Noel Bower said...

I am so sorry you have worries! I hope they ease with time. Great that you are seeking what it is you like to draw and pushing yourself. I find I am happiest when I draw something inspired by a memory. When I was a kid I remember always drawing Iris flowers.

Teri C said...

Very expressive face.

Tracy said...

Wanda, very lovely...I am not a drawer unless I am really focused but I love doodling; yes, it's very calming!

63mago said...

Why think of a subject, as in a form to depict? Let it flow. Crayons, water colour, lipstick, ink, tea, - on this paper in front of you you are free to do what you want. Just allow it.

Diana Evans said...

it is wonderful to be inspired and stick with something....Art is a gift and it always makes your soul feel happy....

Wonderful work!!! Happy Creating!