Thursday, 2 December 2010

The Human Condition

Yesterday's picture that came from nowhere, it kind of evolved as I was making it. The flowers arrived at the end when my feelings had changed.
Flowers represent happiness.

Oh the human condition!
I'm off to get me some nice music to listen to. :)

14 comments:

Kiki aka Victoria said...

Beautiful...magical and full of energy!

Cynthia Schelzig,Cynnie said...

wow, this is beautiful!! I have been fighting the snow the last few days plus going to the Christmas Art Markets where I have my handbound books displayed so I am catching up with your beautiful posts this evening. This is soooo
wonderful with these two cats and all the fresh flowers!!

Carol said...

An absolutely beautiful picture, love the happy expressions and the flowers.
It is very white here in Yorkshire, the flowers in the garden are buried and the cats aren't very pleased as it is deeper than they are tall!
Carol xx

Dyche Designs said...

This piece has such a wonderful feel to it. Made me smile.

Tammie Lee said...

such a wonderful piece!

so many wonderful details.

Cori Lynn Berg said...

Wonderful how making art "evolves" our feelings as well! ♥

Robin Larkspur said...

I love love love this drawing..and I love the "gold dust" on her face. All the colors are perfect.

dthaase said...

wonderful creativity in this

SaraLynn said...

I truly think that this is one of your best pieces yet! The detail with all of the tiny designs makes it such a pleasure to look at and the overall composition is great. The colors work very well together and remind me of folk art. <3

Marilyn said...

This is gorgeous, I love it that you have captured happiness with the flowers. Hope you enjoyed your coffee.

KarenKayArtWorks said...

Love all the details and the flowers. Very creative indeed!

Jessie said...

Thankyou for the lovely comments! I don't know whether I over-egged the pudding with all those spots but it seemed to work out ok. xx

Ces said...

I love this! I love this. Yes! You do watercolors with ease. I can see it. I shall not stop. Thank you for the encouragement. I need all I can get. Haha! By the way, I use the pre-filled micron pens 005 nib but lately I have started using the wider nibs instead of going over so many times an area with the 005 nib. I also use the Rapidograph pens with India ink on certain occasions when I really want to create minute details. I use the 008 nib which I have to constantly dip into the ultrasonic cleaner to prevent from clotting.

Jessie said...

Thanks Ces, they souind much finer than mine! No wonder your drawings look so amazingly fine detailed. :)