ThreeSixFiveArt

I’ve been following Holly’s blog now for about a month or so. I really enjoy her style. She is very responsive to my questions and quick to explain things to me.

In this blog post: https://threesixfive.art.blog/2017/04/19/day-109-wed-april-19/ she posts a couple of drawings that she has made. She’s not in love with the second one, but she posts it anyway. I love that! She’s very honest about not liking it, and why. The next day, she posts: https://threesixfive.art.blog/2017/04/20/day-110-thurs-april-20-mermaid-ellis/

Here, she posts the picture she didn’t like after she has continued to work on it. I really like that she didn’t just give up on it. She stuck with it, and got something she liked better. I think these are signs of an adult, and of someone that will do something with her art and her life.

Check out her work. It’ll be worth it!

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10 thoughts on “ThreeSixFiveArt

  1. How kind of you… thank you, Karen! You made my day! By the way, I enjoy looking at your crochet pieces… I can do a basic stitch or two, but mostly end up with a tangled mess. And I’m even worse at knitting, skipped stitches so many places it looks ALMOST like part of the pattern (not quite!) I admire your talent!

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  2. Reblogged this on ThreeSixFiveArt and commented:
    This was so sweet of Karen to post… she is very encouraging of my work, and is a creative person herself! Her blog is full of craftsy fun, and she is particularly experienced with crochet, I think, which is something I love but haven’t spent time developing, so I’m always a little in awe of the things she creates. Thank you, Karen!

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