Thursday, April 11, 2013

PAINT PARTY FRIDAY

Hi Everyone!
 
It has been a long day. The drive into Eugene is so tiring. So I will make this short. A huge thank you to Eva and Kristin for hosting Paint Party Friday. Please stop by their blog to see all the wonderful artists that exhibit their art.
 
I may have showed this on my blog before but not with PPF. This is what I call "Car Art" Drawings that I do as a passenger on road trips.
Enjoy


Honor and Integrity in Life in Art
Nicole/Beadwright

43 comments:

JKW said...

Wondrous works. . . would love to know her thoughts. Blessings, Janet PPF

Ayala Art said...

Oh wow... I can't really draw in the car unless it is not moving! Happy PPF!

www.dorissdaughter.com said...

Lovely sketch, she looks like she's coming out through the dark

Giggles said...

Very nice! A great way to pass the time! Happy ppf!

Hugs Giggles

Tracey FK said...

That is a wonderful piece considering you did it in the car... I could never do that... thanks for sharing it here...xx

Deanna said...

I am simply amazed that you are able to draw that well while riding in a car! I can barely manage with my sketchpad firmly planted on the kitchen table!

Kokopelli said...

I love your car art! Happy PPF!

Anne Manda said...

Great car art, very interesting face study! Happy PPF!

Erika said...

She is looking sorrowful and alone. What happened?
Happy PPF and hugs
Erika

Netty said...

quite a pretty scary drawing Nicole, it must have been an awesome car journey....lol
Happy PPF, Annette x

http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

Valerie-Jael said...

Great sketch, and a good idea - but I always have to drive myself, so won't try in the car! Valerie

Dianne said...

it's not easy drawing in a moving car...so many bumps and turns and general unsteadiness...well done! Your sketch is lovely!

Tam Hess said...

I like the colors and lost edges! Lovin the "car art" Happy PPF!

Anonymous said...

Amazing sketch in the car! Happy PPF. xox

GlorV1 said...

Very nice sketch Nicole. I like her face. You did a great job for sketching while a passenger. Thanks. Happy PPF!

SAMARA said...

intense sketch and equally intense coloring. i see our history and i see us today in this art. i love the hair. the wild abandon, the letting go....love it! happy PPF lovies, samara

Regina said...

Owwwww...I love this sketch!! I wish I could draw or read in the car...well...ok...I can if it's not moving..hehe

Hope you are feeling better...still sending those healing thoughts on the wind,

Triple fingers crossed,
Regi

Unknown said...

It looks like the face is just emerging out of the page. Great work and Happy PPF!

Magic Love Crow said...

This face is so cool!! I love it!

Ann said...

love this!!!
have a lovely day!!

Bestdayblogger said...

Lovely work!!!

Christine said...

Wonderful detailed work...I can't read or do anything in a car, I get sick.

bellefrogworks said...

What a powerful image - I don't know how you draw like that in a car. I'm assuming you are not always riding on perfectly smooth roads and the only car on the road -LOL. That is an amazing portrait. HPPF

Leovi said...

I love this face can suggest interesting feelings.

Faye said...

This would be a fantastic piece of art if done in the studio. It is super wonderful that you did it in a moving car!

Debbie said...

great idea to help with a long trip! the sketch turned out so good too.

Paper rainbow said...

Wow! I feel sick if I look down in the car for only a few moments.. I feel a bit of a whimp looking at what you have been able to achieve in your car drawing! Thanks for your visit :)

Joy Murray said...

Intriguing and expressive -- the face emerging from the lines conjures up so many thoughts. Lovely!

Rita said...

I would get sick if I tried to draw in the car...so this is especially well done!
Rita

AM Zafaran said...

Like a mystery face that looked in through the mist, you saw it for a second before it disappeared...I find it intriguing, intense too...Wow! Amazing!

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

Wow! I've doodled and done some iPad drawing in the car, but don't think I could do such a finished looking piece as yours. Blessings!

Elisa said...

she is intriguing. great creativity while on the road:)

Unknown said...

Whoa--you did this in the car??? Wow! Very, very impressed!!

denthe said...

Wonderful that you did this in the car! Mysterious intriguing face ....

Unknown said...

This is an amazing sketch - I keep having to re- look at it! I have never been able to sketch in the car, it irritates me so much, although maybe if I every owned a car which had decent suspension....
Cheers,
Kirstin
(p.s. thank you for leaving such lovely comments on my PPF painting! I greatly appreciate it!)

Ilona Heimböckel said...

Thank you for healing wishes! I really appreciate them!
I'm just like Ayala, couldn't draw in a driving car ;-)

I like the way the face seems to emerge from some dark space. It is very expressive and wonderful.

Ilona xxx

Rhonda Halushka said...

Love your beads! Just took a peek through your blog... you live in one of my fav places! When I visit my sister in Eugene I often drive back to Portland (airport eventually) along the coast and last trip I had a yummy meal at a grill down the street from the rubber stamp store in Florence!
Thanks for stopping by my blog for PPF!
I just joined your Google+ to keep up with your creative spirit!

minnemie said...

I also find road trips a great time for sketching. I am impressed that you were armed w/colored pencils, though! I usually can dig up only a stray pen or odd pencil for the occasion:-)

Meihsia Liu said...

Wow..Nicole, your drawing is beautiful! I love drawing and writing in the car, too. Thank you so much for sharing your fabulous work. ^_^

Šolanje na domu-Waldorf said...

This looks fantastic! I cannot draw or write or read while I'm in a car. I get car sick easily.

Unknown said...

Well done you for drawing in the car. Makes me feel sick. HPPF Dxx

pauline said...

WOW. i'm not sure my "car art" would be this good...i love the angle you chose - and the shading around the face. Fantastic! xox

Julie said...

wow very powerful and intense, wonderful!