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Charcoal and pencil. Random mark-making turns into something. sorta.
enjoy making direct work from natural materials in my prairie and wildlife sanctuary.i am a very restless person and I work in many different ways with a variety of media.
One cannot collect all the beautiful shells on the beach. One can collect only a few, and they are more beautiful if they are few.Anne Marrow Lindbergh
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turned into something awesome! love it yvonka!
LoL- thanks Hon!
– evon ski
Seeking safe harbour from the Toil is what it says to me " – )) Wonderful Ciao Steve
I think you nailed it. Thanks for the read Steve.
Fantastic – love it yvonca!
Hi Katie! Thank you. Sorry to have missed your comment til now!
You call them random markings! But are they really Yvonca? There is something so interesting and important in this drawing that directly effects the viewer. I really like the depth of this work and the journey I share with you, the artist! Wishing you a creative and inspiring week!S
I call them random but that’s not really accurate. I don’t know what is going on in my mind or spirit sometimes and when I make what appears to be “random” marks- stuff always shows up and comes out.definitely part of a healing journey that never ceases to amaze me. Kindest regards to you-Thank you.
I find myself doing the same thing a lot of the time! I really enjoy your art though! Very energetic but with a unique retro futuristic feel! Keep up the great work … or so called random markings as you call them! Haha :) Chris
Hey- nice to meet you Chris. Love your bio and work as well. Thanks for the great feedback. :)
my body fights the storm outsidethe whirl wind in my headnaked itundresses meand pulls me to its bedthere it playslaughs at methe dizzy helpless feeland gifts mewith a nightmarethat feels so very real.
you know there has to be another word for WOW- but all I can say is WOWWW Tim. thanks for sharing these thoughts.
I just read this again . . . . . and cried. xx/
i feel power, drama and turmoil all at the same time from this drawing!
yes, it was what I thought was a simple random abstract but some truth fully formed itself here. Thank you for taking the time to view and comment. :))
Wow! Is what I said to myself as I opened this page! Wonderfully dynamic art Yvonca.
ohh thank you Linda, I really do appreciate that encouragement. Have a great evening. :))
It’s a funny one and I remember that i did this one in a different orientation and then turned it and there it was. Great thanks to you Linda!