wordless wednesday 22

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Allyson Latta
Matilda Magtree
Cheryl Andrews
Elizabeth Yeoman

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  1. When is your daughter publishing her first book encouraging and helping others to make art without restrictions or limitations from all their noisy inner critics!

    • I’m with you! This is an old one, inspired by a Mr Dressup drawing. There’s another guy who drew without restrictions or limitations. I was always amazed by how quickly and easily his lines and squiggles transformed!

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  5. Oh, lovely! It reminds me of the title of a poem by Carl Leggo, “Growing Up Perpendicular on the Side of a Hill”. The poem is quite a bit darker Than this sunny drawing but funny too and wonderful in its own way. You can see it at http://www.ccfi.educ.ubc.ca/publication/insights/v07n01/poet/leggo/growingup.html

  6. So cute, the tiny house on the huge grassy hill (how on earth do you carry groceries up there?) with the giant gravity-defying tree. N’s affinity with nature showing itself again? I like the bold pink note to mom and dad.

  7. Marilyn

    The happy house on the hill….lovely

  8. carin

    The House at the Top of the World! Oh I love her work. [I first read the note as Tom Om and Dad, making me think: family yoga retreat?] Ommm (;

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