Sunday, July 31, 2011

New work in progress... Another 'Gustav Klimt' inspiration



12 comments:

Jg. for FatScribe said...

klimt's one of my faves. saw an original at LACMA right after the settlement with the family and Germany. awesome. i'm sure this one's going to be magical ... looking forward to completion. have a great week! ;)

Tammie said...

hello dear Julia,

This is quite lovely and sweet, thank you for sharing what you are doing. Sending light and love.

WrightStuff said...

Yay! She's back! This is going to be wonderful. Love it already :)

craftattack said...

Lovely work, and it is always good to be inspired by Klimt! Valerie

Julia Christie said...

Thanks Jg. I would just love to see his work in person! Have to check to see if there are any pieces in any local museums.

Tammie ~ Thanks for the sweet words - Yes busy summer and just too many irons in the fire. Hugs

Thank you miss Lisa!!! I have missed you all too! Keep trying to get back to regular blogging and life just keeps coming at me and getting in the way! It is sure nice to be missed tho!!!

Thanks Valerie. I agree, I love Klimt!!!!!

Heather said...

this is stunning...really you captured an emotion here...and i love that.

so HAPPY to see you back in bloggy world! big hugs -
I agree, though, summer is just soooo busy it's hard to do it all. I am with you on that one!
enjoy your day!
xo

EVA said...

oh Gorgeous!! And a baby. What a beautiful addition to your work.

Amalia K said...

Hi Julia! So nice to finally see you back here... and just look how lovely this drawing you're working on! I absolutely LOVE Klimts' Mother and Child, so I can't wait to see how you bring in your personal touches into this one. :) oxx

lissa said...

it's already looking so wonderful & dreamy

young-eclectic-encounters said...

So glad to have found your blog- I got here from Draw, doodle and decorate. Yopu do so0me beautiful artwork. I very much enjoyed looking through several of your posts
Thanks for sharing
Johnina :D

Kristin Dudish said...

This is beautiful and I love your Klimt inspiration... I can't wait to see this finished!

xo
Kristin

QPT said...

Google puts special doodle for Gustav Klimt's 150th birthday.