Thursday, October 23, 2008

Wimberley Drawings

While we were in Wimberley, I spent quite a bit of time drawing and very little visiting. Here are some of the things I came up with. Hope you'll enjoy them.


Tinker had published a photo of her tomatoes, and so I took the opportunity to draw them. Thanks, Tink!


Someone had drawn gourds, so I thought I'd give it a shot.
And I am really trying to work on facial parts.


Of course, Raf and all the musicians had beer!

11 comments:

Annie said...

Enjoyed them all Sue but the tomato and gourd are my favs.

Penless Thoughts said...

Very nice and quite a variety. I like the eyes best.
Susan

Teri C said...

Oh nice!! I especially love the colored zentangle.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Sioux, I love your mandalas, especially the "eye". The colored zentangle is really cool too.

Michelle said...

I like the tomato one. Maybe cause I like maters so much!

Lin said...

On the road again, my friend?!!! Love to see you drawing again, Sioux -- but I agree with Annie -- those tomatoes and gourds -- my favs!

Felisol said...

Dear Sioux Sue,
the drawings are all very artistic. You must have had quite some inspiration creating all those elaborate drawings.
As I am in a non figurative mode for the time being, I fell in love with in picture # 7. The others were also impressive in their originality and design.
Hope to see more of your works soon.
From Felisol

Texas Travelers said...

I liked all of the line drawing. I really need to start sketching again. Maybe this will inspire me.

Come visit anytime,
Troy and Martha

PS: Some Alaska Sunday photos are up today.

It's an exercise in HDR Photography.

.

marianne said...

Wonderful drawings! Nice mandala!

Flassie's Fil'a said...

Beautiful Sue!

I sent some of the videos
off in email and a link you
posted.

Grandparents Corner said...

Hi Sue, long time since I got to stop by. Missed seeing you and pray you've been well. I lot your art work. When you say Wimberley, are you talking Wimberley, Texas? My parents previously went there when they were alive to the booths the Lions Clubs had and they sold their antiques there. I was just wondering if that is where you were? Take care and drop by sometime. I'm not blogging daily, but when I can. Bonnie

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