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June 03, 2006


It's uplifting to lose one's self in the rendering of an object, to place it forever in the two dimensional sphere of paper and graphite. To re present objects, in order to understand them more fully, to comprehend the subtle shifts and changes of line and value, thus creating the illusion of form. To really see an object, to know and not name. You nailed it! Just stopped in, your blog is visually stimulating. I hope you don't mind that I crashed. It's as near to bliss as it gets.
You are a fabulous artist! I hope you frame this one.
I've been privileged to witness the improvement of your drawing and painting skills for about 4 years now, and there's no doubt in my mind that this is by far the best thing you've ever created. I'm still partial to the "wild wolf" painting, but this drawing is exquisite!
Wonderful opportunity! -- you have really turned out an impressive drawing!
Fran aka Redondowriter
What incredible work, Debby. I think, if you are inclined to draw or paint, it is an altered way of seeing. Photography is that way, too, don't you think?
Debby, your skull drawing amazes me, an extrordinary work of art.
Debby, that is really an extraordinary piece of work. What a fabulous class to hacve taken.
Roz Cawley
You have every right to be proud of that drawing, Deb - and I could not agree with you more...drawing an item makes one "see" it in greater depth, and at greater intensity than any other way of looking. John Ruskin knew this - so we are in good company! Thank you for sharing that image with us.

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