Charcoal


French Quarter Stroll


Old charcoal etchings
Grace my walls with memories
French Quarter strolling


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© rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011 – 2012

Logo - Carpe Diem - December 2012

Prompt:
Charcoal
(Sumi)

About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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10 Responses to Charcoal

  1. Renee Espriu says:

    This speaks to my artistic creative side. I began first with pencil and then with charcoal.

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    • becca givens says:

      My niece works with charcoal … her senior project in college was a display using negatives for her images — they were huge pieces as well. I believe she did 15-20 of them. I love charcoal, but do not know anything about using them. I am strictly watercolors at this point!! Thank you for all of your visiting and commenting. 😀

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  2. Crystal says:

    I have a few of my sister’s sketch pads, she used to enjoy working with Charcoal.. I’d sat and watch her for hours on end, roses and snowy church scenes mixed with oil pastel.. She was an amazing artist.. Beautiful and pure,.. your haiku made me think of her.. and all those times I spent studying her and watching her as she sketched.. Thank you for sharing..

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  3. Loll says:

    Charcoal artistry never occurred to me. Terrific perspective, becca. Nice one!

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  4. I am constantly amazed at how your creative mind works!!! You will be famous one day, no doubt.

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  5. Green Speck says:

    This is lovely !!!

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  6. elleceef says:

    I enjoy charcoal etchings as well. Would love to make that stroll someday. 🙂

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  7. artmusedog says:

    Lovely focus of ‘charcoal’ in your haiku ~ remember French Quarter fondly ~ (A Creative Harbor) ~ aka ‘artmusedog’ ^_^

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  8. Nice take on the art meaning of charcoal. I love how those charcoal drawings bring you sweet memories.

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