I pulled these artworks out of storage and photographed them this morning.
I call this one “Inner Strength.” Still see more in it each time I pull it out of hiding.
A portrait in pencil…
This one looked a bit faded in the photo, so I brightened it up a bit in Shotwell, which makes it a bit easier to see the flame effect in the hands. Detail of a larger drawing.
You know, I can’t remember what I named this one, and I think it was “Blood is Thicker Than Water” Nope, just remembered, I called it “Fragile Flames.” 🙂
At the time when I drew the ‘Rainbow Lady’ I wished there was a way to make the light shine through the work. I have enjoyed playing around with the light in my Shotwell Photo Editor. I enjoy this one more on a backlit computer screen, than on paper.
This is one I drew very shortly after the birth of my first child. It’s getting a little ragged. I still like it. It is the first of many coloured pencil drawings I did, as it is a clean way of producing art and can be picked up and put down to fit in with the demands of a young family.
This one was drawn around the same time. Never completed, and yet never will be. It is very much about creation and birth. It’s a living process. A work in progress…
It was fun painting this one over top of newspaper!
A watercolour from the late eighties. Secretly I call this one “Family Tree.” Still can’t remember what I called it at the time. It hung in a gallery for a time…
This one bent my mind, as part of an art class exercise. It has warm and cool colours that had to be juxtaposed in certain ways.
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(For personal use only, not for commercial reproduction). Copyright of these works belongs to me, Anasera Trifonoff, a.k.a. WilderSoul. © 2013