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Friday, January 18, 2008

Illustration Friday: Plain

20 comments:

Sue Doe-Nim said...

Her mother was mistaken.

Olivia said...

Karen, What I really love about this one, other than the collage and the message (as usual) is how the writing is a part of the art maybe even more than usual...the font, the words themselves. I LIKE IT! Love, O

murphy girl said...

super sweet and so true!

Rui Sousa said...

Great work, really nice!
www.ruisousaartworks.blogspot.com

TammyVitale said...

BRAVO!!!! the words are on the art!!!! LOVE IT!!!!!

claudine hellmuth said...

love this!

Elizabeth said...

Her Mother was a BITCH!!! Shame on her... your own children are THE most beautiful children in THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD, no matter what anyone else thinks!!! I'm glad this lady found her wings :-)

Mercer's Daughter said...

I see much courage in this, the sort that makes a crowd cheer!

Maddy said...

I'm pretty keen on flying myself, but if my mother ever said anything remotely like that within my hearing of out of it, then I'd know she'd lost her marbles.!
Cheers

studio lolo said...

May she use those delicate, beautiful wings to carry her far away from her abusive mother.
;) XX

indigene said...

Just imagine, we can change our friends, but not our parents! Beautifully plain! Soul-touching

Indigene
www.indigeneartforms.blogspot.com

Kate said...

Wonderful sentiment!

Nicole said...

Beautiful feeling!

NANCY LEFKO said...

just wonderful....

Bonnie / Graybonnie said...

Just love this thought!

Kelly said...

Mothers! I like how to put the words to the side. The font really goes well with the style. I especially like the background colour choice.

carga said...

very nice illo and history..i like the colours too

Lynn said...

Glad she found her wings...and now listens to her own drummer.

Some moms make mistakes because they feel so insecure about themselves. I think that is why my mom said that to me. (I found my wings too!) :-)

Eileen said...

Oh how I wish I had this when I was a child. This is beautiful and I try to give this message to my girls everyday. So beautiful.

Diane Duda said...

This is lovely, Karen!

xo
Di