Thursday, May 19, 2011

Water Snuggle - Guest Heart Thursday

This is a close up drawing, ACEO size, inspired by a drawing I did for the Fourth of July years ago.  

I loved this pen and ink--I especially loved the personalities of each of her little ones.  Especially the little fellow in the lower left-hand corner.

For more heart art, photography and altogether fabulous heart stuff from around the world, visit Clytie at Random Hearts for Guest Heart Thursday.


Inger-M said...

Your drawings are adorable, and I love how you put hearts in everywhere!

LauraX said...

so sweet Beth!

Clytie said...

Oh sissie - how absolutely adorable! I love the little hearts too!

Tammie said...

Beth this is just so darn cute.... I love all the little sparkly shapes around your wee bird!

Al said...

I love these, both of them. There's so much personality here!

Shayla said...

I love these pieces. ADORABLE AND BEAUTIFUL!!! You are so creative and of course talented as well.


Looking to the Stars said...

I love both of them :)
Great work!

Dani said...

I especially love the colors of the first drawing.

Thank you for sharing these great artworks.

MarieElizabeth said...

I like the fun factor in both of these, the cute-ness of the color one and the detail of the pen and ink one.

Anonymous said...

Hi Beth,
I love this drawing you did on the fourth!
Thank you so much for visiting me.
I have my grand-daughter here and she likes YOUR artwork too. She said.. 'Ooooh Nana.. I love all of the colors she uses!"

Lyneen said...

OH MY GOODNESS... the Water Snuggle is so precious!!!!! I love the little one!!! TFS

Penelope said...

Wonderful—everything from adorableness (what a smile on that duck!) to color all of it is just so purely fun! Your color is amazing! I can't seem to capture the vibrancy the way you do. It's so joyful.

And you win, hands down, the most inspiring comment award! Thank you for such lovely words! Yikes, not only does it mean so much especially from a talented artist but you make me want to keep pushing, raising the bar of what I can do and keep the wonder and, as you say, "magic." Some days it's hard to see the magic and some days I'm ready to stop, so many thanks seeing the joy (and commenting)! Thank you! By the way, love, love your blog. You have a great eye not only with your work, but in celebrating the work of others.