Tuesday, May 29, 2012

# 29 Angels in my Studio

I stumbled upon a debate yesterday about pretty faces that are dominating the Blogland as of late vs. ugly soulful faces and their lack of.

I had this post written addressing this issue but I deleted it. :) I'm just thankful my life is drama free and grateful I'm not attracting people like that. I like to focus on the positive so here is an angel for you all. :)

It's from the Angels in my Studio class, a lesson from Cheryl Irwin.

Linking to 29 Faces even though she doesn't have a face. :) She has a soul.


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12 comments:

  1. I don't like debates, too. I can discuss about constructive matters, but I generally try not to criticize. Art is art. It's personal. It's unique. It's the expression of what we have inside. Of how we feel. I like drawing faces and seeing others'. And they are all beautiful in a way or another.
    During my blog life I have joined many groups about different subjects. And I have often met people who pretended to know everything and do everything better, and who criticized or humiliated others. I give respect and expect respect.
    The Angels in my Studio must be a very interesting course!! Beautiful angel, Natasha!!

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  2. Natasha, This angel is beautiful!! Love the effects - just looks so delicate. Would love to know how you created this - if it isn't a trade secret :) Can't believe the 29 faces has nearly come to completion. I have really enjoyed seeing all the different faces and effects that all you very clever people have been creating :) Well done....

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  3. Ooow Natasha....she is soooo delicate and understated...simply beautiful :D XXX

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  4. She is gorgeous Natasha... dreamy and very soulful... and love her delicate wings...

    Hugs
    Jenny x

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  5. Beautiful angel. The thing I like about blogland is that everybody does something else, and that is good. It's important to do your own thing, and not what others expect! Valerie

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  6. When people create what makes them happy surely that is a good thing(regardless of what it is). It sends out a positive message which is picked up by those who conect with the image, where's the problem?
    your angel is still beautiful even without a face because she is such a positive image, thank you for sharing her Natasha

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  7. she is beautiful. . .if you remember my angel painting that the guy didnt like the first one I did- she had no real face. . . more surreal - i love yours!

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  8. Beautiful work Natasha! And what a wonderful background.
    I'm very familiar with those debates. Sometimes I get the feeling that the only art being considered as "serious" art, needs to be dark and gloomy and, well, yes, ... ugly... I don't care about it. I've learned that for every kind of art there are people connecting with it. A very wise friend told me once: 1/3rd of the people will hate what you do, 1/3rd of the people will be indifferent, and 1/3rd of the people will love your work. It's just a matter of finding those people ;-)

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  9. such a lovely piece~

    I love that there are no rules with art, simply create!

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  10. She is gorgous, angels all around!
    ManonX

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  11. Ooh, I like art debates. Where was this happening at? To each their own.

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  12. Natasha she is beautiful! I love her! She certainly does have a soul ;o)

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