So glad that you continue to visit my website. It has been a great year for sketching. I was honored to have an Art Show with some of my larger work in Boulder. Thanks to all who enjoy my Art. I especially love hearing from you with your personal notes of what you have enjoyed. Do not forget I have more than 100 more drawings that you can view upon contacting me!
Very nice website, thanx for sharing.
Your place is valueble for me. Thanks!…
I particularly liked the beach sketch the most...
All I can say is keep sketching and keep enjoying.
Thanks for giving me the address to your website! I really enjoyed looking at your gallery! Your stile of drawing is delightful and captures the spirit of the place. It is a real joy to see good art.
When we talked, I do not remember if I mentioned that I am an Art Therapist, and our home is full of some of my art work. Also, the best feature of the house is it's location over a ravine of a nature preserve. The view is something I am sure you will enjoy. I hope it will inspire you to do lots of drawings.
As an architect, I am sure you will also enjoy the unique design of the house, which was built by an architect for himself and his family. So thanks again, and welcome to our home.
Tamarah, what an interesting and beautiful way of keeping memories of your travels. I could only image how the Great Wall of China would look like!
Tamarah, I love your work. I saw some recently at my brother's place in Boulder and had him buy me a couple of your drawings. I received them in the mail yesterday and they are beautiful. Thanks for the reminder of my own trip to Europe many years ago.
These drawings are making me so happy! each reminds me of a very pleasant experience I had while traveling .A sunny cafe in Italy --a castle in Hungary---a view over the Amalfi,' and I am caught in reverie.
I want to be the first to welcome you to my guestbook. Your thoughts on this site are going to be what helps me become successful. Please feel free to contact my with you thoughts. Have a great day!
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