Drawings and watercolors from in and around Tel Aviv.
Very nice Carol excellent subtlety!
Ohhh yes! I have found my favorite election day painting! This is filled with mystery...as we all anxiously await results. Lovely, truly, lovely.
You are a master in watercolor.Great I love it.
How sweet to find someone in Israel the evening I am watching an African American elected President in the US of A! Israel having been another chapter in my life some forty seven years ago, when I lived there for five years!Your drawings and paintings are lovely to see...many with local things that evoke memories for me, even the cow (I lived in a Kibbutz). ;-)
Hello Carol,I did link you to my blog hoping to honor the skill you have but confess you that you made me disappear with your artwork.:)
Carol,If everything goes well we will be in Israel around Chanukah.My em adrs is email@example.com or the one in my Blog.EM me yours so I will be in touch when we are in Israel.BTW your paintings from the previous life are amazing.As I wrote before you are a master in watercolors.
As usual, seeing what you've done with it makes me wish I'd taken this week's challenge. Your interpretation is unique--and I really love the scumbly way you've painted the trees!
You are all very generous in your comments. Up until now, because I never know what to say in return, except thank you, I have not said anything to comments. However, I can't just continue like this.So, thank you very much!@Erika -I am honored! @Lisa -oh, my...thank you!@Irit -you are so sweet...and so Israeli in your compliments :-)@Lynn - I am glad I could bring back some nice memories. When are you coming back to visit??@bibi- thank you for linking. I am flattered, and no - I couldn't make you disappear. Your work is great!@laura- since the newspaper man I have been looking for your watercolors on DSDF. What happened?I absolutely love your work.
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