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"Drawing on Passion"
My mom recalls I started drawing when  "I first picked up a pencil".  I have  always enjoyed drawing.  Though there were some times I'd go for a little while without doing so, I have always come back to it over and over.   I would seem almost lost if I didn't take time to draw, like something was missing. I'm also very thankful for my parents and teachers that encouraged me to "keep it up".
Thus, I pursued a career in art.  I felt following my talents and strengths would lead me to where I was meant to go in the world. I can say there have been ups and downs, yet I wouldn't change a thing.  I love creating and so that's what I do. 
I've always felt that no matter where I'm at in life,  I'll be able to create. 
We attended a Billy Joel/Elton John concert recently.  The Piano men of Rock.  Billy Joel and Elton John may be reaching their senior years, yet they continue to play and create some awesome music.  They'll be rocking to the end of time.
On the same note, you can count on me creating on and on and sharing my art and journey.   

One of my newest images is an African Elephant in scratch board.
   

Some one commented on this when I posted it at wetcanvas.com.  They said it reminded them of the "Baby  Elephant Walk".  Ha, I remember that song and can play it on the piano...well sort of.  I'm a bit rusty on the piano, though I enjoy playing some times.
Can you feel the rhythm? 
   

 
Thank you for being a part of my journey.
   

 



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