Monday, January 19, 2015



What a pleasure it is to draw: I always seem to forget ... It can be very meditative, exploratory ... It would be nice to bring some of that into my painting (and reduce the panic).



Joyfulartist said...

You are really good at it. (I will get over my envy eventually.)

Celia Blanco said...

Hi Laura, it is always a treat to see you posting again! Why am I not shocked that you have incredible drawing skills!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

I feel the same way. Drawing is really honing our skills.
I'm frequently hindered by my high expectations.

Beautiful and expressive!

Carol said...

Your cat drawings are wonderful!
I know what you mean about "the panic", lol! When do we get over that?!

Make sure you try some blue and white dishes. It's really fun!
Thanks for visiting today

Barbra Joan said...

I love drawing almost as much as painting... I never have angst with drawing... and for some reason they always look good...
love your cats.... my number one favorite animal... then of course there are zillions after that.. LOL !

RH Carpenter said...

Great!! Don't know which I like more - your birds or your cats. Both make me want to paint and draw better.

Gwen Buchanan said...

Oh wow do I ever LOVE these!!!

Suzanne McDermott said...

Oh, Laura! These two drawings are to die for. You have such exceptional skill. The expression is superb. What you do with a pencil demonstrates why your watercolors are so fine.


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