Saturday, February 14, 2009

IF: CELEBRATE


There's no better time than right now to celebrate change in America!

18 comments:

Shani said...

Oh, now this is highly appropriate and oh so true...celebrate indeed!!!

INDIGENE said...

I life the texture in this! Actually, it's a softer version, much like hope is. Wonderful illustration!

elizabeth said...

Amen! That's worth celebrating!!

flower girl said...

Beautiful drawing!I love the mixing the colours too!!and thank you very much for stopping by on my blog :)

Asja said...

great illustration! i love the colors and textures.

Kris-Tea said...

Nice work with pencils! :)

Amy C said...

oooh the colors are fabulous in this, thanks for visiting me.

aimee said...

well done! i can't think of a better topic to celebrate right now.

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

YES, YES, YES!!! this is so appropriate and uplifting!!! The illustration is beautiful. Your style is wonderful and full of energy!!! Please feel free to link to the blog.

ValGalArt said...

you are so right!!! i love this, you did a beautiful job :)

Christina of Inspiration Flirtaton said...

Thanks so much for leaving your comment on my blog! Your drawings are wonderful! I really hope you will contribute to my new blog! I even hope you will include me one day in your list of "fun stuff" :)
~Christina of Inspiration Flirtation

Christina of Inspiration Flirtaton said...

Hi Kstyles,
I tagged you in my blog today. You can participate if you want but you don't have to. Let me know if you do so I can be sure to check it out. Just another reason to blog!
http://inspirationflirtation.blogspot.com/2009/02/6th-in-6th-ive-been-tagged-by-jen.html

Bobo said...

Oh Yes! The world do need a lot of good changes!

Pascal said...

I would like this portrait on a T-shirt

Diana Evans said...

oh wow!!! what a great piece...wonderful work...

Zari said...

that's really worth celebrating! we hope the positive change touches this area of the world too!

great piece!

CATI said...

WAou!!
this is fantastic!
Very well done, the election of colours, their mix...
And agree with Indigene: I like to see this softer version :-)

FCHS said...

Very impressive blog. Now if I could only get you to do one for your Bio students.....

xoxo
i.l.