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I have been working in the garden trying to rake up dead leaves and plant a few flowers and a tiny vegetable garden...sooo....I haven't been able to paint or draw.

I am posting a portrait of an old woman. This was done in graphite.


Linda Popple said…
This really caught my eye! I like your subject and how the shadows connect on the left side. Beautifully drawn, Linda!
LindaHunt said…
Thank you, Linda! I appreciate your comment...I am loving doing some drawing again!
Jerry Stocks said…
Beautiful drawing--I need to be doing more of this.
Karen Bruson said…
Wonderful and loose.
Amazing drawing Linda. Absolutely well done. All the best.
Anonymous said…
So sensitive and lovely! Your marks are confident yet still emotional.

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