Edna is adorable! How did you come up with such a name for her? I always look forward to bug posts from you :)
nice. Love Laura contemplating. You are so good at doing these paintings.
Gosh- how can you make Edna look so alive - like she is ready to fly away? She is a beauty! Your just amazing!lovetweedles
EDNA???? Miss Edna is sublime, Suz. She really looks like a bug on a mission. Beautifully done, Suz!!!
Wonderful - the color, texture and movement.
Hi there Dame Edna!Ode to a Lady in RedIt's hard awfully hard for a Lady red,To live in a world so green!Where does a lady find a place,To be alone ... and not be seen?It's great to travel in circles wide,With its offers to come to tea...But.. I'd rather find a quiet placeWhere "I"... can just be "Me"!Love your Lady Suz!Good painting!Warmest regards,Bruce
She'll show. Those little ladies are everywhere. Beautiful carapace!
I LOVE Edna! She is ADORABLE! I love her shiney back and the way you have positioned her on the canvas. And your story made me chuckle ;0)
Didn't she make her debut in Under the Tuscan Sun???Love your little stories. Do they come to you as you paint them?
LOL. Edna has quite the life! And this is BEAUTIFULLY painted! I love that shine on her hard shell (for lack of a better word). And I love her feet too. :)))
Love Edna, and LOVE your story to go with her!It often happens to me while painting that the character on the canvas comes alive. Sometimes rather grumbling than happy though...I'm sure Edna will be the star of the party!
Edna will show - she's dressed and ready! Love the way her back catches the light and those cute itsy bitsy crawly feet!
Oh Miss Edna is so beautiful...
Love your post, Suzanne!...and Edna is beautiful ..love her glow!!!
Well she could use those wings of hers! Another winner Suzanne, looks like it's found a new home already.
The original bug lady does it again! Fantastic Suz! always love the names you give them. Brings them to life!M :)
I love her shiny coat and the way she's walking away from the viewer. Fabulous!!!
This makes me smile, Suzanne. I love the colors and simplicity of the composition and your title is perfect. She's a friend already.
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