I would like to reprint here an old story from the "Cabbage Rules My Universe" site. This story, tilted "Watch Repairman's Daughter" is important to me. I have been thinking about writing a book for children with my own illustrations for some time now. My blogs helped me realise that my story is interesting enough, and that I would like to tell it and turn it into a book not for children only. My inspiration for this project is the life story of Hans Christian Andersen.
While in Dunk In Donuts at around 8:56 p.m. on January 2, 2012, I crated this snow design
based on one of the beautiful photographs published in the book by Kenneth Libbrecht: The Little book of Snowflakes. My design, in turn, has been used in the flyer for my Weekend Youth Drawing Workshop: "Winter" that will take place on January 21.
This isn't the first bear that was "working" in the art studio on West Oakland Park Boulevard. His name is Xmas Teddy, because he is wearing a red vest with a pocket in red and green pattern. He was originally bought at Publix several years ago during one of the many pre Christmas Holiday shopping trips that I frequently made back then.