That's so true -you grow in a second when you leave home.I like the colours of the pic very mych.
great piece...the perspective is engaging....nicely done!
Amen to that. It's a strange feeling too, isn't it?Nice illo!
Karen, Do you just do one of these every day? How do you come up with the picture matched to the description...does it just occur to you? I'm just wondering because these are phenomenal!! Love, O
Great stuff Karen! Great editorial illustration!
Really like the texture to your pieces and the use of the text playing in the backgrounds...
great take on the topic. had a look at some of the other posts on your blog too. very nice!
I cannot believe the speed at which you are turning these great pieces of art out now. You are on a roll woman!Go, go go.No arms today. Always something missing. Wonder what this means?
A thought-provoking idea and presented so interestingly.
This is another great piece, Karen!
Love it Karen - great, unique style, and I LOVE your use of colour and materials!
I know what you mean, in some ways. Now I find that I don't fit in 'at home' nor 'this home.'Cheers
Love this one.OH! I've been meaning to tell you. I found success with your emulsion transfer technique of some months ago. I've been playing with this interesting process for MONTHS, but my experimental combos of paper and acrylic met with typically lackluster/high-maintenance results.Following your process to the letter worked as well as I'd ever dreamed. Thanks!!
What a great match between the descriptive sentence and the picture. I really like the bold, simple colors.
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