Le papillon is evidence of Norah'S presence.
Vanzie is suspicious of the inclusion.
She should be.
The reference for this was a corp of Innocentia by Lovis Cornith (1858-1925).
PS In case you missed this news, I set up a Self Study group/classroom as a way to share A Diary of Faces. The nine weeks of content that is posted and waiting for you is a complete class. There will be no additional diary entries. For more information and to learn how to get a student discount click over to my Online Workshop page.
She looks haunted! She's lovely. Have I told you how I love the way you tuck the card into such a beautiful place of its own...ReplyDelete
very well done & I agree with Abby, love how you tuck 'em in such beautiful pockets.ReplyDelete
so very BEAUTIFUL sharon! thank you for sharing the site. her face is so innocent and there are so many others on this web address, i am grateful to you;). i have noticed some of the others in your class that have drawn and painted her...such wondrous work is coming out of your class!ReplyDelete
gorgeous, love the looseness of the background and her clothing against the detail of the butterfly.ReplyDelete
This is lovely and the page is a perfect accompaniment.ReplyDelete