|The theme this month for The Sketchbook Challenge is Urban Sketchers, which simply means to walk outside and sketch things that are around you. I've been spending alot of time inside my house, integrating things that are sentimental to me,
from my parents house, into my own house. Things that tug at my sleeve,
and remind me of my childhood, my parents and grandparents. "What we
keep to remind us who we are," has become a series in my quilting life.
These are small drawings of a few of my favorite things. |
I LOVE finding new blogs! And I really appreciate your sentiment of using" What we keep to remind us who we are." I recently went to a family reunion at this place: http://www.historicchesterfield.org/#!historic-homes/vstc5=article-2. The Higginson House was my grandma's house when I was a little girl. It's hard to explain to others what it means to go back and visit someplace that has such great memories for me, I think you have captured that in your drawings. Thanks!ReplyDelete
I love your accordian house books and really want to try making one...I will eb visiting your blog oftenReplyDelete
I'd be pleased to enter the draw as I really appreciate the openness of fellow professional artists sharing and encouraging other artists.ReplyDelete