Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Drawing on Dana´s Moly

My illustration in the Dana´s Moly.

It is made with a calibrated marker and colored pencils.

I have raised the roots of the tree you have drawn Dana, and mushrooms with beautiful colors have emerged. The wind blows, the seed of dandelions, and the leaves of the trees fly very far. In this fantastic forest anything can happen...

I'm waiting for your Molys. Where are they?. Do you have started? I'm waiting for your comments at the end of this post.

Do you wish to continue this project or do you want to stop?
If you don´t want, or can´t, please inform to me for seek other partners. Thanks.




Thursday, June 2, 2011

Where did everybody go?

I was just checking in. I mailed my book to Marisol about 4 weeks ago now, and am hoping it made it. I am working on Lindsay's book and will be ready to mail it in a couple weeks. I will wait to hear if any thing else is ready to move. :) Hope you all are enjoying the summer!

Sunday, May 15, 2011

I have Dana's Moly

I received your sketchbook Dana and I have begun to draw on it.


Saturday, April 30, 2011

Address please!

Marisol, please email me your address. I sent my email to your Facebook profile.
Thank you!

Friday, April 29, 2011

My moly is shipping to Marisol...

I drew a little too much. If there is such a thing!

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

I have Lindsay's book!

Hi all! I am pleased to tell you all that Lindsay's book arrived here safe and sound. I am also attaching a picture of me at 3 that I am including in my book. It is almost done (really!) and should get scanned and go out by Thursday. I am hoping you can all provide a picture of you when you were little too. It is fun to see. Cheers!

Monday, April 18, 2011

A quote from Frederick Franck

I like this quote from Frederick Franck and I have included in one of my photographs.

Sometimes I think I'm not creative and forget that anything simple as a tree branch can serve as an inspiration for any design.

Frederick Franck was born April 12, 1909 in Maastricht, The Netherlands – and died on June 5, 2006 in Warwick, New York.  A painter, sculptor, and author of over 35 books on life, art, and transreligious thought, he was known for his interest in human spirituality.

A quote from Frederick Franck