excellent, I love both of them!
Hello Nora! Very nice portraits. The soft colors you've used are beautiful! BTW: I've orderd the yupo!!!!!!!:)
I love your freedom in painting , these portraits are both beautiful and very expressive!
I love the lines and washes of colour,they both combine to make your paintings lively and attractive!
Lovely loose work.
Nora, they are really beautiful.
J'aime vos portraits... Ils me font penser à "Egon Schiel"...gros bisous
These are so soft and expressive love them both
Beautiful portraits..... I really like seeing the drawing through the washes!
Beautiful work! :-)
Both are wonderful portraits! I love the fresh delicate colors, combined with enough darks to define the shapes and features.
It is lovely how you eyes is looking around and finding things out of context, like capture a face during a nude drawing class.Nice done.Happy painting
This is beautiful as is Polish it off
you're so talented Nora, thanks for following, I'm doing the same!
I am so glad to see your blog. Your work is really stunning.
You do beautiful work!
Love the expression and your line work.
Beatiful and beatiful! I love the colours and the expression so natural and alive..the eyes are talking something and everyone can think what and with who she is speaking...I hope you can understand my bad english..Ciao, un abbraccio, Floriana
Fantastic work Nora.I did not know this space. I'll stop by here regularly.A greeting.
Hi Nora!.... Very sensitively interpreted portraits... loose and painterly... but well drawn and conceived! Good stguff!Good sketching!Warmest regards,Bruce
I am delighted with your recent work, Nora : )
Hi Nora, Wow and double Wow. Now that is what I love, you have no idea how inspiring your blog is, must add you to my side bar. Thank you for sharing.
With all my love and dedication to watercolor, I must say that drawings are the "first violins" here and they are amazing.
I always go to my open studio determined to do a figurative. But then sometimes the face I see I just have to paint. Love these faces.
very delicate love the traces of pencil and movement of both of these portraits