Monday, June 21, 2010

week 9 print, "And Then A Twig Snapped"


11x14 on hardboard. I might tweak this a bit before I print, but it's available on etsy here, now.

11 comments:

Pilgrim of the moon said...

A look beautiful and sweet. Full of life. A hug.

femminismo said...

Lovely and mysterious.

Martina Voigt-Schmid said...

Dear Julie - i really like your style and especially this print! It's special. Will come back again!

Micki said...

Beautiful!!

Maite - vitoma said...

¡Precioso!!

Caroline said...

So envious! What wonderful work! You must be slaving away at the easle! A new work every other day!
Bravo! Caroline

Steven Paul Matsumoto said...

Very beautiful print, I am curious as to the subtext of the title?

Julie Fillo said...

Thank you, everyone. In reference to the oak leaf above her head like a feather, the full title was, "She was contemplating her Native American heritage, and then a twig snapped"

Victoria Whincup said...

Lovely! Nice to see your paintings. Hope you are well! Say hello to Shaun...

Tamara C said...

Beautiful, my friend! :) The flowers in the top left look like the Lisa Fuchsia plant to me - my father was the originator of that particular flower. Did you know that? It's name after a cousin of mine. :)

Victoria Whincup said...

Haha Im glad he is enjoying himself! Made a few new creatures yes! In the middle of making some more as well.... (http://www.etsy.com/shop/victoriawhincup) Glad to hear you're well!