lördag 16 augusti 2014

Again a week is gone


An author from here,  Anni Blomqvist, who wrote about a life in this archipelago. Her husband and two sons were fishermen and she loost them all to the sea.
Here is Anni with her winter cloths.

                                                     Frida Kahlo

Pencil sketch of Robin Williams

An aquarelle of Robin W.
                                                     An aquarell sketch of him.

20 kommentarer:

  1. Tykkään erityisesti Annin kuvista, ehkä siksi, koska Myrskyluodon Maija-tv-sarja teki niin suuren vaikutuksen silloin lapsena. Kirjoja en ole lukenut.

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    1. Susupetal, kiitos kommentistasi. Myrskyluodon Maija on liikuttanut kai useimpia meistä ja myös Annin kohtalo.

      Radera
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    1. Thank you, Lorraine, for your comment!

      Radera
  3. Beautiful drawings, Sirkka. You are so talented and are able to get great resemblances.

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    1. Thank you, Faye. I am glad you can see liknesses:)

      Radera
  4. Pidän tuosta Annin kuvasta paljon.Robin W akvarelli on myös hyvin näköinen ja ajankohta siihen nyt koskettava sekä herkkä.

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    1. Kiitos Sirkkis! Anni on meitä kaikkia liikuttanut, Robin W.a suree koko maailma. Itse muistan hänet koomikkona Good morning, Vietnam filmeistä. Pojat tykkäsivät sitä katsella ja minä siinä mukana.

      Radera
  5. Nice sketches and then the you really made them come to life with the colors.

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    1. Thank you, Erika! I am happy for your words!

      Radera
  6. These portraits are beautiful ...

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    1. Denthe, thank you, I am glad you like them!

      Radera
  7. Wonderful portraits. My favorite is Anni in her winter clothes. It is like she has a secrete.
    Nicole/Beadwright

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    1. Thank you, Nicole! I think too Anni is so sweet in her winter clothes and surely she had secretes:)

      Radera
  8. What wonderfully perceptive portraits. Just beautiful.

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    1. Thank you so much, Beth Niquette! I am happy you like them.

      Radera
  9. Beautiful! What a sad story about the woman! Happy PPF!

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    1. Tammie, thank you! I agree, she had much sorrows in her life. Happy PPF!

      Radera
  10. Beautiful portraits! And yes, terrible sorrow for that woman. You've made her look quite strong, though!

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    1. Thank you, Cindy! It is unbelievable how much she could bear. Perhaps her writing was helpful too.

      Radera