Duir by Deborah Holman
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Duir is the Gaelic word for Oak and is probably where the Name Druid came from meaning Man of the Oak.

Original was drawn using Pastels

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  • Jim Phillips
    Jim Phillipsover 6 years ago

    Oh, what a fun picture. Well done.

  • Thank you Jim

    – Deborah Holman

  • KenK
    KenKover 6 years ago

    Cool image..and the title goes well with it

  • Thank you Ken

    – Deborah Holman

  • VioDeSign
    VioDeSignover 6 years ago

    Great… love his kind eyes!:)

  • Thank you Violetta I’m pleased you noticed the eyes

    – Deborah Holman

  • Aari
    Aariover 6 years ago

    That’s a lovely face and a nice story.

  • Thank you Aari

    – Deborah Holman

  • CherrieB
    CherrieBover 6 years ago

    wow i love the way hes watching you. its as if hes got a secret and hes keeping it to himself

  • cdwork
    cdworkover 6 years ago

    Wonderful warm, earthy work- Love it

  • Shewolfe
    Shewolfeover 6 years ago

    Superb :D

  • BLYTHART
    BLYTHARTover 6 years ago

    What a kind face you have given him Deborah.

  • mimulux
    mimuluxover 5 years ago

    oh love it… !

  • Niki Hilsabeck
    Niki Hilsabeckalmost 4 years ago

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