The title comes from what the artist has written on their piece.
Pics taken by Resa – June 9, 2019
This is the second Frida Kahlo piece I’ve found.
I met the artist, Anya, while traversing alleys and parking lots. OMG! She was so neat. She spent time chit-chatting with me.
She said the art would be done by Thursday end. She had another art engagement on Friday. I didn’t think Anya & MSKA, who was assisting with B.G., would make the date. Wednesday rained all day.
She showed me the self portrait she was basing this mural on.
LOVE the hand/glove earrings!!!
I went back Sunday. It’s not quite finished, but I shot it anyway. I don’t know when I’ll get back there.
I adore the way she has Frida emerging out of the wings of a Monarch. When I returned, dumpsters had been moved in.
I shoot them as I get them.
Pics taken by Resa – June 9, 2015
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It’s a sweet, imaginative piece in a parking lot.
I mean, here’s Toronto’s cityscape, CN Tower and all, with a parrot and elephants.
The wall dints in & out.
BEST PART OF THE MURAL IS THE CAT BELOW
Around the final corner is a trapped elk.
Pics taken by Resa – June 4, 2019
Live music and art supples have never been so much fun.
The drawings have been happening since my last Crazy Free Art to Music post.
Holly, again…LOL…I was working on alter ego ideas. Why I thought of turning Princess Blue Holly into a Rose Fairy, I’m not sure? Still, the pencil & water colour crayon came out lovely.
The band was playing and I was going crazy when I thought of Christy Birmingham being engaged. We’ve done more than several posts together on women’s rights. This happiness came out of me!
All drawings & photos of said drawings © Resa McConaghy – 2019
After I did the comic book post, I was inspired to create Super Hero – Princess Blue Holly
For my first try I used the water colour crayons that Gigi turned me onto. It really has a nice comic book look.
Princess Blue Holly is based on the plant by that name (and Holly from House of Heart). Her super powers come from reading up about the plant. Above is my first rough up.
I painted it to look like silver lame. I used pencil, silver acrylic, water colour pen and an extra fine marker for lips and lashes.
I also did a gown using the water colour crayons. It seems more congruous with the opening image of Princess Blue Holly.
Princess Blue Holly & drawings © Resa McConaghy
There’s so much more to know: how she got her super powers, how she transforms, how she finds villains, how she deals with them, her super healing powers for good guys, etc. I’m working on all that, and one day Princess Blue Holly will be back with new sketches.