Thursday, August 27, 2009

#16 The Flower Girl


I recently went to Lake Powell with family and friends, on the ride down I rode with little Josie and her father Charles. Josie spent most of the ride drawing and telling us about animals. She is one special kid with lots of personality.

10 comments:

Pattens on Lambourne said...

Your BEST one yet!!! It is amazing!

Joanna said...

Adorable! Love the pink background.. and you can see the personality in her eyes. Good work!

billspaintingmn said...

I like all the paintings you've
posted here on your blog. I enjoy
"fresh" painted portraits, and yours are very enjoyable. Thanks
for posting your art.

Nicki said...

I love this project you are working on and I am so thrilled each time you post a new painting in the series. I can't get enough! I am astounded by how you capture the character of each person with your paint and brushstrokes. I really get a sense that I know a bit about each and every one of them. Genius!

More please :)

Deborah Ross said...

I just found your blog and I love the personalities you've painted. Really alive. Do you need more volunteers?

Neisy said...

I just happened upon your paintings at the Union Station and was blown away. So I looked you up right when I got home. I really love your work! I am definitely a fan!

Nicki said...

Hi Zachary,
I hope everything is okay... you haven't posted for awhile. I'm sure there are many of us who are anxiously awaiting painting #17. You are probably working on the flood of commissions you have received from people who have found your blog!
Take care,
Nicki

Gwen Bell said...

Stunning! You've portrayed this adorable child's innocence perfectly. I am just venturing into portrait painting and your work is such an inspiration! It's been a pleasure looking through your blog. I will most definitely visit often!

Dean Grey said...

Zachary!

Wow!

Beautifully rendered! You captured her body language and facial expression perfectly!

-Dean

Alyssa Harper said...

Holy cow. We don't really know each other, but I just saw this piece in the USU Warehouse show (I also have stuff in there). Amazing. Love it.