© Helene Lacelle ↓
© Ruslan Khasanov ↓
To see an earlier post about Ruslan you can go here.
To see details of Catharine’s watercolor you can go here.
© Jenna Laughlin ↓ She is studying art education at Brigham Young University in Utah.
In Jenna’s own words: “I used to take care of a wonderful 97 year old woman who was an artist. I was with her when she passed away last month. I have been helping the family clean out her house, which means I have inherited a lot of old cool stuff. I wanted to make some kind of tribute to the woman who made every part of her life and the lives of the people around her a work of art. This is my way of thanking her for bringing light into my life. It is written using her vintage scarfs and pinned into the letters. The period at the end is made out of her old thimble.”
© Margie Oomen ↓
© Annaïck Caraës ↓
© Miyuki Rapp ↓
To see more entries by Kaiva, you can go here.
By Bhavna Mehta‘s sister and nieces ↓
© 9-year-old boy. He is the son of Ann Davis. You can see Ann’s photo below this one ↓
© Ann Davis ↓
© Liviana Popa ↓
© Izalia Roncallo ↓
© Sangita Pillai ↓
Sangita is a stay at home mom of two boys, living in sunny Singapore. She is an engineer by education, an artist by heart.
© Jan from snippetygibbet.blogspot.com ↓
© Alison Webber ↓ (Allison is a writer)
© Brooke Hamilton ↓
© Carolyn Vibbert ↓
© Marta Fofi ↓
© Paula Al ↓