52 for barbara

Barbara Stroud, pencil, 2 3/8" x 2 15/16"

Barbara’s Dec. 19th post features a Mediterranean pasta ‘to make your eyes roll back in your head’. Her blog is a well rounded sharing of many things, including home life, art, travel, food and well-expounded thoughts. See it here: http://barbarastroud.wordpress.com/.  Thank you for following me on my journey Barbara!

This is portrait 52 of 100.

Go here to see my other portraits, or learn more about this project.

To enter to win the 100th portrait (acrylic painting) even if I’ve drawn you before, go here

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8 thoughts on “52 for barbara

  1. dazzling… very good, Master.

  2. Barbara says:

    OHMYGOSH! What a surprise that was! You are unreal! Thank you, thank you, thank you! BTW, you are a pleasure to follow, you bring happiness to so many! Great job!

  3. hellenjc says:

    Barbara looks so summery and sunny in this picture, I can almost “see” a heat haze,, which goes so well with her latest post.. The mediterranean pasta…yum yum !

  4. Jura Nanuk says:

    I like your project, I think it is really original and fun way to promote your work. I wish you lot of success.

  5. olletron says:

    Beautiful! It looks so softly drawn; really, well done :>.

  6. scribbleit21 says:

    Brilliant work! Love it.

  7. [...] indeed! This sketch is 2 3/8 x 2 15/16 and he is sending it to me, what a special surprise. Click HERE for the link to this [...]

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