pastelcolored pencilcharcoalpasteldesign back study . . . . henna /paint / drawn
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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Thanks so much Steve!!!
ditto eon especially the lower portion
Thank you banrai for feedback!
Beautifully painted , a wonderfully sensual & tasteful composition , those wonderful tones and blended patterns create such a intriguing dimension ……. Always exciting art comes from your quarter dear Yvonca …. Sigh xxx
Thank you Paul. The design is taken from the structure of the compass plant. Do we have a blueprint of purpose embeded in our DNA? Growing is an unfurling, a stretch, a reaching out and beyond our lower tendencies of human nature . . thanks for the touch. xx
very cool just as i picture my meditation . I love it Yvonca
lovely comment and I thank you Thomas. :)
What Paul said….just sooooooooooo beautiful you talented woman! xoxoxoxoxxoxo
wish I could draw on my actual back, but haven’t invented the equipment yet. :)) Thanks so much for the great cheer. Hugs to you Hon!! xoxox
Fabulous work of art Yvonca…those painted patterns suit the female body with such grace and elegance…gorgeous artistry!
it’s a bit of my version of being a female pheasant :)) Thanks so much for such a lovely comment MarieG. :))
I really like this a lot. The flora matches up with the muscular structure…may have something to do with why. Amazing work Y!
appreciate that great feedback Will. i have no tattoos or piercing but nothing to limit me drawing on myselfexcept I dont have “Stretch Armstromg” arms :)) I love the idea that we are canvases and patterns of beautiful light are playing and moving responsively within our skin . . . a thought for 3D tattoos. :))Thanks for stopping in.
Lovely and natural.. a kundalini garden blooming
hey you made me look up a word. :)) Thanks for that feedback.
boy i can really see how unsymmetrical my back is. comes from the labor i used to do lifting a big hydralic camera frame and turning to the left. sheesh. just noticed that.Thanks for peeking in. xx