(Image 127 of 137) Copyright © Kerra Lindsey
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Gerard Johnson II|
THIS IS VERY WELL DONE I THINK IT IS ONE OF YOUR BEST PAINTINGS
|Artist Reply: Gerard--wow! Thanks so much for your viewpoint. I had another AW member rate this one a '5' and my head just hung. :( I almost took it off--then thought, no way---he was too much fun to create! So alas, here I am getting your positive feedback--thanks! :) Hope your day goes great! -Kerra|
Kerra, This is amazing work. The eyes are so kind and poignant. You really captured the essence of Santa Claus. I make mini towns and wish I had him to put in one of them that I construct every holiday. This is the most gentle and wonderful Santa a child could ever wish to meet. You have enormous talent and are very unique in how you present your work. I am so glad to have discovered you so I can follow your work.
|Artist Reply: Julie--you have just made my day with your wonderful comment. Poor little Santa--he didn't get rated very well--he actually was given a '5' on here and made me deflate rather quickly. :( So, as you can imagine, you nice words brought on a smile. Thanks so much for taking the time to share your thoughts. :) Hope your day goes GREAT! -Kerra|
Kerra, your work is just phenominal. Your painting is vivid. Santa looks as though he is alive. Your work comes to life before the viewer's very eyes. Wonderful work.
|Artist Reply: I am absolutely speechless. What a wonderful compliment coming from you. Fernando, sometimes we don't know what a nice word will do for others. Hope your day goes wonderful. :) (smiling) -Kerra|
|Artist Reply: Thanks, Suzan for your nice comment. :) -Kerra|
Absolutely love the eyes and ears and shading in the beard. **goes back to studying the image**
|Artist Reply: Kirsten--thanks so much for your kind comments! Getting a chance to do a 'fun' painting was a welcomed break from more serious works that 'clutter' up my studio. Sometimes a break from intense scrutiny trying to capture specific details for a likeness is fantastic, isn't it? Hope your day goes great! -Kerra|