Nanday Conure Forum
Message #945. This is a followup to #940.
|Date:||Friday December 5, 2003 2:19:38 pm MST|
|Subject:||Re: From C.|
|Message:||I have always preferred people and animals to still life. But many artist don't capture the eyes right, you do. My daughter (11) is a budding artist and loved your drawings also. She prefers drawing in pencil. Boy it is amazing what a really good pencil can cost.
Please send us a pic of the owl when you are done. I would love to see him.
> Thank you so much, Lynda. Also thanks for signing my guest book. The
> painting, "Old Soul" is me at the age of 6. Funny that you should
> appreciate my portraits since my more surreal and colorful still-life
> work is what people usually prefer and what I major in creating. The
> portraits are my favorite too. You and I think alike..great taste!
> Well, I'm currently in preparation to do a large white spotted owl.
> But no, I've never done birds. I've accumulated so many Guapo pics,
> though. I know he's bound to show up in one of my paintings. He is a
> great inspiration to me and I love him so. I work in colored pencil
> and the process is very slow. We'll see what happens.
> The fish in the painting "Island" is my dearly departed Koi,
> Einstein. No kidding, he passed away on the day I completed the
> piece. Little did I realize the painting would be his memorial.
> Lynda wrote:
> > Beautiful work C. Do you do birds?
> > Lynda
> > C. wrote:
> > > Hi All,
> > >
> > > I know this post has absolutely nothing to do with Nandays.
> > > Lately I've been absent from the board a lot. Been busy working on
> > > revamping my website. Just wanted to show you the fruits of my labor.
> > > Hope you enjoy.
> > > http://www.chantellvanerbe.com
> > >
> > > Best,
> > > C.
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