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The Watcher by Deborah Holman

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If you venture into the woods and feel the watcher’s eyes. Be sure to show all due respect. For you are just a visitor the watchers’ presence is meant.

Burnt Umber, Burnt Ochre and Black coloured pencils on W&N Smooth Cartridge paper


acorn, brown, coloured, face, pencil, portrait, tree, watcher, wood, woods


  • apjenkins
    apjenkinsover 6 years ago

    great work Deborah really a fine piece of work like it very much

  • Thank you very much Alice, hope you are well

    – Deborah Holman

    BLYTHARTover 6 years ago

    Aha … so this is what you have been doing :)) Wondered where you were. I like what you’ve done with her nose.

  • Thank you very much Dave, That is my first nasal compliment!

    – Deborah Holman

  • darkestartist
    darkestartistover 6 years ago

    really nice. love the acorn earring, that’s a great touch :)

  • Thank you very much, I couldn’t resist the acorn

    – Deborah Holman

  • pinkyjain
    pinkyjainover 6 years ago

    This is absolutely gorgeous, fabulous

  • Thank you very much pinkjain

    – Deborah Holman

  • VioDeSign
    VioDeSignover 6 years ago

    fantastic!!! well done Deborah!

  • Thank you very much Violetta

    – Deborah Holman

  • Jim Phillips
    Jim Phillipsover 6 years ago

    Makes me think she’s carved right on a tree. Very woodcut looking and I love the acorn earring. Fantastic job on this one.

  • Deborah Holman
    Deborah Holmanover 6 years ago

    Thank you so much Jim, if only my whittling was better eh

  • Estelle O'Brien
    Estelle O'Brienover 6 years ago

    I like the skin tone you have achieved and I will add your second nasal compliment…the nose is really unusual and interesting!

  • Deborah Holman
    Deborah Holmanover 6 years ago

    Thank you Estelle, ooh two nasal compliments in one night (or should I say morning for you)

  • helene
    heleneover 6 years ago

    Wonderful work

  • Thank you Helen you are very kind

    – Deborah Holman

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