Stumbling towards Bliss One Drawing at a Time
In remembrance of all those killed in world wars.
And a special remembrance for the 133 Canadian soldiers who were killed in the struggle to bring democracy to Afghanistan.
Beautiful drawing, and a touching tribute... may all the souls lost in war be resting in peace
Beatiful sketch and colour. Kind words to soften people's hearts.
This is great! I mean postcard great! I love the colors!
The poppies are great! And the rememberances too!
Beautiful drawing. Great use of colors.
The drawing is so beautiful as is the tribute. I scrolled down and really like your glove, also!
Gorgeous poppies, Cordelia.I love their beautiful redcolor, and of course your thoughtfulness for allof the veterans whose liveswere lost.
My pastor is a canadian and was looking for poppies this week! I was excited to know the connection when I saw your beautiful drawing. Very special.Lynn
beautiful, beautiful image and yes, a touching tribute.
A very powerful image and sentiment. I can see this made into a screen print to wear.
These are so very pretty. Once, a long time go I was in England on Remembrance Day. They had a memorial with the Queen and her family and every regiment that still had a representative was there. Old, old men and nurses and young people too. At the end, thousands of poppy petals fell gently from the ceiling of the hall it was held in. It was just beautiful. Your flowers reminded me of that day. Thank you, Cordelia.
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