14.5.08

To Susan LeBarron



This is my reply postcard to Susan.

Susan was another person I couldn't find much personal information on so choosing a subject took some consideration.
I decided to continue her meditative theme and painted her something from my imagination. I always find this relaxing, my mind can just drift as I don't have to concentrate on anything.

Hope you like it Susan.

14 comments:

Tom CoyoT said...

My sister is plastic artist.
paints on panels of dry dishes.
Things beautiful
I will give this post

MaryO said...

These postcards take "personal mail" to a whole new dimension. Just lovely!

Margaret Ann said...

OH yes yes yes...scrumptious! Beautiful composition! :)

SCquiltaddict said...

Beautiful yummmy painting

seesue said...

How exciting! The mailman will be bringing something WAY better than bills. I'm sOo
looking forward to this visual treat. Thanks you busy woman! Susan.

lyn said...

Lovely imagination! You have a great sence of design!

Joan said...

Very nice composition on this!!

Anita Davies said...

Thank you all for your kind comments. Susan I'm so pleased you like it.

E-J said...

The twirly twiddles at the corners set it off beautifully! Can't always tell when your subject is from the imagination ... the sign of a practised artist.

How many participants are there in this project? How many still left to send?

Anita Davies said...

Thanks E-J.
That's it now, everyone has had a reply card and I have a magnificent box FULL of artist creations from all over.
I may re-open someday, perhaps even each year?...Who knows! ;)

Lindsay said...

This is a great project. Lovely response here.

Andrea said...

Lovely!

Please keep my name on the back burner if a space ver opens up in this gorup, how fun!

Term Papers said...

Interesting article. Where else could anyone get that kind of information in such a perfect way of presentation.

Drawn2Art said...

the vibrancy of red and green really are lovely but the work seem very peaceful at the same time Very nice