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26. Juniper


Filed under: flying, journeys, paris, songs, spring

11 Comments on Juniper, last added: 9/23/2011
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27. tomorrow’s stars


Filed under: autumn, flying, football, moon, songs

3 Comments on tomorrow’s stars, last added: 9/15/2011
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28. imperfect ~ for illustration friday


Filed under: flying

5 Comments on imperfect ~ for illustration friday, last added: 8/9/2011
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29. witch girl flying with her puppy: Happy for CBIG

The prompt for this month on the CBIG blog is, Happy. I recently finished this piece for my new portfolio. It’s from a sketch I did last year of a witch girl and her puppy. They’re both happy because it’s the puppy’s first broom ride. Not only is he managing to hold on, he’s also loving every minute of the ride. It’s even better than being in the car because he doesn’t have to stick his head out a window to get air.

I also have a black and white version.

p.s. Halloween is only 77 days away :D

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30. skyboats and stringfishers


Filed under: flying, journeys, sea, songs

6 Comments on skyboats and stringfishers, last added: 9/4/2011
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31. blue-brights and moon leaves


Filed under: dances, flying, journeys, moon, stars

10 Comments on blue-brights and moon leaves, last added: 9/7/2011
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32. tomorrow’s snow


Filed under: flying, one-tooth dog, snow, winter

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33. Dreamer Joe

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34. Potholes in the Sky

Guest blogging over at the Barn Door today. Join me for a snarky look at a recent flight back from Florida.

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35. two seasons ~ part three


Filed under: flying, giraffe, journeys

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36. two seasons ~ part four


Filed under: flying, giraffe, journeys

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37. heading west


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38. the best remedy


Filed under: flying

1 Comments on the best remedy, last added: 7/6/2011
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39. To Chase the Glowing Hours . . .

I, Emma Freke by Elizabeth Atkinson
(CarolRhoda, 2010)
"The earth is my body; my head is in the stars." ~ Maude

This week's theme: Covers which defy gravity. Feel free to join in with your own lofty cover recommendations in the comments.

Cromwell Dixon's Sky-Cycle
by John Abbott Nez, a non-fiction picture book
(Putnam, 2009)
Flying! by Kevin Luthardt
(Peachtree, 2009)
Willoughby and the Moon by Greg Foley
(HarperCollins, 2010)
The Summer I Learned to Fly
by Dana Reinhardt
(Wendy Lamb Books, 2011)
 More visions of the celestial sphere:

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40. Flying...

I read a fascinating few lines in a book about Maurice Sendak on the subject of flying. The book is Making Mischief by Gregory Maguire:Flying is desire fulfilled.Flying is sweet release.Flying is rescue.Flying is confidence.Flying is escape.I know I often wish I could just fly off on a cloud. Sometimes when I'm coasting down a steep hill on my bicycle I wished the bike would just go up and

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41. a little bit of sea


Filed under: flying, love, one-tooth dog, sea, stars

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42. Flying -

I've painted endless number of flying things over the last few years, between the Fairy Chronicles (this is the cover from the second book in the series) and the Wind Dancers, which features flying horses.  Wings, wings, wings.... Read the rest of this post

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43. Flying kites

This is a piece of art I created as a cover proposal for SCBWI. I have been having fun working latley in acrylics.

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44. Take Flight

This was created for a poster exhibit at an SCBWI conference a few years ago. (It's good to have friends!)www.jenniferthermes.comwww.art-words-life.blogspot.com

1 Comments on Take Flight, last added: 5/12/2010
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45. the circus


Filed under: dances, flying, one-tooth dog, summer

1 Comments on the circus, last added: 6/7/2010
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46. etna may


Filed under: circus, dances, flying

3 Comments on etna may, last added: 6/8/2010
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47. Brailla’s diary


Filed under: flying, love, sea, winter

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48. lawn mower of the stars

Yesterday my brother phoned to tell me he’d visited the British Lawn Mower Museum. He loved it, was the only one there, and described the ‘lawnmowers of the stars’ section which had lawnmowers belonging to celebrities. So I made this small story for him…


Filed under: flying, love, stars

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49. What’s your favorite mode of transportation? (Illustration Friday)

The prompt for Illustration Friday this week is transportation. If you could travel any way you wanted, what mode of transportation would you choose? I’d pick something fun, like flying by paper airplane, if it were possible.

Paper Airplane Night Flight

Paper Airplane Night Flight

Jumping out of the airplane might be fun too …

Parachute Chicken

Parachute Chicken

… as long as your parachute opens! Eep! Maybe I should stick to something closer to the ground, like skateboarding.

Skateboarding Chicken

Skateboarding Chicken

Then again, since I don’t have a skateboard anymore and I’m not a chicken, I’ll pick something I do on a regular basis.

Fun While Grocery Shopping

Fun While Grocery Shopping

But only until they invent paper airplanes that you can fly in. What kind of transportation would you choose, if you could choose anything? Have you ever had grocery cart races? (I have!)

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50. ‘racing’ for Illustration Friday (and trying out a new pen)


Filed under: autumn, flying, one-tooth dog, songs, summer

1 Comments on ‘racing’ for Illustration Friday (and trying out a new pen), last added: 10/28/2010
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