drawing brings magical translation/interpretation to these real life quotidian scenes...
thank you for that excellent link! now i´m already reading over there for quite some time...
I'm so happy to have found this series. Everything about it appeals. My window looks onto an overgrown lawn thick with fallen leaves. Spider web on a geranium, and a mercifully clear blue sky.
Love your description, Kate.
I adore this series. You have good taste indeed!
So evocative. I visited Keats' House in London a few weeks ago and stood in his bedroom for a good twenty minutes gazing down into the garden, thinking 'this is where he stood looking into the garden'.
Good idea, Georgia. I bet it was a gratifying experience.
Thank you for this delightful link!!
That's a pretty amazing project. As a writer, I find myself very interested in what other writers surround themselves with.
Me too, Alison.
thank you Denise. I love this series---both drawings and stories. Yes, it is good to be able to write anywhere, but I think we all have our favorite niches where the creative flow is readily accessed.
I agree, Nancy. Some of us have a few of those spaces.
yes. thanks for this. I will save it for some darker evenings.