3/16/10



Alice II
I love the story Alice in Wonderland!
I just listed this painting in my Esty shop

8 comments:

Dessa Rae said...

Hi Diane, Your Alice is so precious. Your paintings have such personality.

I have really gotten into ACEO's, I think I am going to like making them. Come and see my new ACEO blog.
http://lepetitartistecarte.blogspot.com. I know it's long web address...lol. The name means
"the small Artist card" in french.
Again, I love your work!!

Diane Ackers-Frasure said...

Dessa rae I love your new blog, and all of your drawings. Are they originals or prints of the original?

Dessa Rae said...

They are all original...lol
I don't yet know how to make prints. I am working on a few ideas as how to to it. I have Googled it but I can't find much information.
Thanks for looking at my blog!!

Jenny Lee Wentworth said...

Hi Diane,

Just came over from flying lessons to take a peek at your blog. I love the fanciful feel of your work, I especially like the Be Free Aceo. Best wishes to you.

Jenny

Diane Ackers-Frasure said...

Thank you Jenny. I visited your blog and love it.

Jenny Lee Wentworth said...

Hi Diane,

Thanks for stopping by, ofcourse you can link to my blog, thank you!
I'm glad to be flying with you!
♥Jenny

eva diva said...

Hi Diane,

I'm loving your girls, they look real sweet!and I love the faraway look of the girl you use for your profile picture in your blog.

I have always love Alice in the wonderland and thought how nice if I could make a huge painting comprising Alice, madhatter, the caterpillar, The Red Queen and the Cat and all those whimsical flowers! It'll be such a visual feast!

I'm telling myself to be brave and start painting on bigger canvases!

I hope you're enjoying the e-course soon! Will drop by soon again!

Diane Ackers-Frasure said...

Thanks Eva, I do love alice. I think you should go for it. Paint a big painting of Alice and all her friends.