wow! fantastic characters!
Hello and thanks a lot for the link to the artist Nick White, whose work is really interresting and bravo to you for this blog!
Deep and beautiful… This scene, and an other in the right column (announcing your exhibition), makes me feel something very closed with Dina's book (Herbjørg Wassmo)… Do you know this author?
Anaïs/Sissi, you are so right! It was a long time since I read it but it fits perfectly! Even the colours. Thanks.
Hej Camilla,allt du gör är fint:)
beautiful... have a wonderful weekend..!-maria
Hello Camilla from Spain!! I follow your work several years ago.I like very much. Congratulations!!! this is my blog:http://novedadeslorsil.blogspot.com/I hope you like it. Thanks
I really , really like it , the more I see you art the more i love it .
Oooooo! Very interesting. Makes me want to know what story is being told. This is beguiling. Ta.
you're awesome and thanks for the link
sensitive and subtle, a camilla´s proper!salú,a.
nice cut out!
Hello from British Columbia! Love your work and follow your blog. Here is a link to a west coast artist's work that I admire as well.http://www.stefaniedenz.com
Where are they off to? The ladies look a wee bit frightened. Mysterious.
Mange historier i disse 4 figurer, fantastisk.Tak for linket til Isabella Rosselini. Elskede ansjoserne, og grinede så meget :-))(ihh... min word verification er "water". Hvor passende:-)
i love these^_^
Marvellous... and hope you are still a-tangled in a swell weekend. Mine, thus far, has been close to a water-logged disaster.
Great fishing time there!Have a great week!
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