STEPHANIE MORGAN ROGERS
Hello there,I`m absolutely in love with your drawing, with the colors, with the lady in front of the mirror, you are so talented and always it`s a pleasure to stop by and enjoy your art.
Hello there,I`m absolutely in love with your drawing, with the colors, with the lady in front of the mirror, you are so talented, it`s always a pleasure to stop by and enjoy your art!
such fine things to see in that reflection. her hair, black as night! so pretty.as always, so so pretty!
ha, stephanie! your drawing... it sets my imagination off, again! i'm really getting into your style! this week on the train, i found an article on chagall exhibiting in a new museum in belgium. i looked a little closer at the image added... reminded me so of your style!!! i will send a scan in a separate e-mail, it's only tiny, but you might still catch the drift...n♥
nice!!strong linesnice coloursand I like that you stick to your stylebye!
I wonder a lot of that mirror. The reflection seems too friendly to be of a stepmother from a famous fairytale. Might this be another part of her personality. Maybe she wasn't all evil? She wouldn't have a lamb in the mirror if she didn't have a good side. Or maybe I shouldn't associate to her at all. Maybe this is the reflection of us all. I think of Ariane's words about us reflecting each other. I like it.
thank you all for the wonderful feedback!nadine- to be reminded of Chagall is a fine compliment indeed. i hear that often and it makes me smile deep and wide inside.
You, dear Snow White,are the Fairest!and there is no 'but'...Dear Stephanie,your lovely Snow White has a view into a wonderful fairy world - what a enchanting mirror! And she's wearing such a beautiful dress...and I can see Blossom...and are you showing us the escension of the sacrifice deer?She's got wonderful lashes...oh, I love it! xo Ariane
...I really like your crown on top of your initials/signature...♥ Ariane.
I love it. Especially the sheep, is like spying on the other side of the wall!
oh this is so beautiful!¨i so admire your work, you keep making me speechless.i've tried to have a look at your shop but the link doesn't seem to work
and that wooden wall for sure.Milady! those projects you´re doing with the kids - wow!I told my husband: well, eh, there´s a woman over in Colorado by the foot of a mountain...I think I have a crush on her :)
Ah Ms Chagall, I see you spent the weekend with Monsuir Matisse for this one....x
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