These are the drawings that were used (they are cropped in the frames)
So to mark the occasion, David and I bought the 5" x 7" frame, and we got in the car...he said "do you want to open it and make sure it's the right one?" So I checked the box, and it's all wrapped in Styrofoam and taped pretty well and I thought "Nah, I'm sure it's fine". OK - for those of you who know me, you can probably guess what happened next...that's right! I opened the box finally AFTER we left the parking lot and were driving on the 285 and instead of my drawing being in the frame in the box there was...nothing. I got a blank frame. Chalk this up to another experience where I should always listen to my husband. (Just don't ever tell him I said that!)
Anyway...if you are ever in a Restoration Hardware - check out the Mercer Frames! Those are my drawings!
That is so cool!!!! Fantastic drawings. You are very talented!
That is amazing! Very impressive!
How exciting!!! Well, except the empty frame part. Your getting famous!!! How cool is that!!
Wow! That is awesome! Your drawings are wonderful.
That's so cool! Congrats! Your work is just gorgeous.
That's so wonderful -- so much better to see real art than the cheesy family photos they usually put in as face paper!
How awesome! That you have your drawings featured not that you got a frame without your image in it :)
I feel an urge to do some lifedrawing now
congratuations! that's so great!!!
how fun! congratulations! thank you also for your kind words on my blog. i've been a long-time admirer of your work. :]
Thank you for all the kudos and kind comments! It was/is a great experience and I'm so glad I got to share it with you!
Congratulations!! That's fantastic. I'm so happy for you. -kristen
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