This is beautiful!
love the scratchy texture... brilliant illustration!
love the poetry of the vacant, song-less tree :)
This is lovely!! Unique solution. I like the layering and addition of type.
I always love your stuff and this doesn't disappoint!
Fantastic one!Congratulations and regards.Rui Sousa
Oh, for crying out loud, Denise! This one actually hurts a little bit - it's so gentle and sad and odd, with the teacup and key. It makes me want to say goodbye to a good friend for the last time just so I could give them this, and I don't think that's a healthy desire!And it's lovely.I was looking back through your blog and was really struck by how this style of your illustrations develops.
I think I logged in with the wrong account there. Anyway, please do a book. A booklet. Postcards. Whatever. Blurb let you do individual print runs. Just saying.
owww...i really like your transparent birds. i am hoping to get that same effect with a painted piece i am doing.
Beautiful. What a great sentiment, especially for this time of year.
Denise, this is awesome! I love it. Today, Matt and I hung the 2 prints I got from you. they look so cool in my dining room. I miss you!
That's an awesome take on the theme and fall. I love the scissors tied to the trunk. Thanks for the nice words on my site.
Denise...What a wonderfully sad image...I love it! you know, usually, on my way to work, I cross by a singing tree. A little cloud of birds live on it. During hot summers they freshen the tree up with their windy songs, and in cold winters, when the tree is loosing all of its leafs, they cover it with their wings. Some times I would get close to the tree, hug the stem, and always always ALWAYS get a hug back. i like this hug. it's a good hug. it feels like home
this is really beautiful!
Wow! Simply beautiful:)
I agree with Tanaudel, your work has evolved so beautifully. As usual, you have a wonderfully original (and beautiful)take on a subject.
I like this one a lot. I'm sad to say I've never noticed that the birds take their songs with them when they flee the cold weather. PS -- It's my PLEASURE to visit your bloggy.
Out of some oddity I missed you last week! Will have to look into that immediately! I can see the ghost of songs past haunting the naked branches! Your work takes me places, I like that!
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