Print giveaway

I’m so glad that so many of you liked my daily poetry postings last month.  I do enjoy reading and researching all those poetry picture books to cull the “best” ones to share (but then again I love poetry to begin with!).  BUT I know everyone isn’t as much of a fan of poetry.

SO, as a reward for sticking with me (even it if was just deleting some of the posts because you didn’t have time to read them), I’ve been debating on a couple of things I could give away.  Today I’m giving away some of my original art.

I had to make prints for a local retreat next weekend and there were some extras.  They don’t have my digital signature, so I will sign them to you in whatever capacity you’d like (just an autograph, with an inscription, etc.) IF you are the winner.  There are 3 prints and I thought I’d better give them away now before I go to the retreat, get feedback and am TOO shy to share my work with the world (because I’m inevitably suffering from imposter syndrome yet again after receiving feedback).

prints giveaway

 

Three lucky winners, drawn at random, will receive one of the prints in the pic.  All you have to do is enter the rafflecopter here and the winners will be announced next week (after I return from the retreat).  Good luck!  =)

Holidoodle 6: Silent Night

Well, the holidays are almost over.  I won’t say they’re officially done until today is over (New Year’s Day), as all the stores in my small home town are still closed.  I REALLY wanted to get these pictures completed to a final finished product BEFORE Christmas so the story had more resonance.  Alas, I cannot predict when my dad will pass.  And as I had to pack in a hurry, I wasn’t able to bring all my art supplies with me.  Finishing up one picture here and there in bits and pieces is one thing.  This last picture is another thing all together when all I have is my favorite blue pencil and regular printer paper.  SO I did a very rough sketch for this last piece of what I had envisioned.  It IS drawing and arting after all, no matter what the finished state. Continue reading