7/29/2006



a floral still life, again.

9 comments:

ChewBloggers said...

hey jules...
have enjoyed reading your posts...stumbled onto your blog finally...amazing work on here!!!

being sad is what makes being happy easy...

Joe

Julia Lundman Midlock (Julie) said...

Thanks Joe!

Your blog is awesome. I go there all the time. I love the latest drawing of the guy in the rain.

It's good to be in touch!

Julie

Darryl Young said...

Julie,

You've got the guts to post what you're really feeling inside. I sometimes wonder if our art is therepy for our depression. Not the b.s. commercial work, but the rare insightful work one gets while in the "zone".

Keep posting, I'll keep coming back.

p.s. Comic-Con was AWESOME!, I had to nap all weekend just to catch up on my beauty rest. ;)

Jason said...

Hey there Julia. I pond hopped around and landed on your blog. Great still life. I love your "Change" painting. It's what I imagine my 7 month old might look like on a rainy day by the window. Your drawings and paintings have the look of materializing from nowhere. Almost like ground charcoal was dropped onto the canvas and the picture just showed up. That means you have some great talent. Keep it up! I'll be back.

Julia Lundman Midlock (Julie) said...

thank you thank you thank you! I checked out your website. I love the bayou animation you have. It has a really nice mood to it. Thanks for visiting my site and commenting. I'm happy to have such nice people visit my blog.

Come back soon!

Julie

Kevin Barber said...

Yeah,...for better or worse,....that thing that gives us our creativity also makes us ultra sensitive to the world around us. We tend to feel things strongly.Let your personal art be a channel for that. (Beautifull work by the way.)

Deborah Schutz said...

It's funny that you should quote Bob Dylan. Gramma Koop was a huge Dylan fan. He was born and raised in her hometown of Chisholm, Minnesota. She did two large pastel drawings of Dylan, one is at Bill's and the other is hanging in my home in Santa Barbara.

Gramma Koop always told me, "keep doing your art." It quites the mind and relieves the sadness. Your paintings are quite bright and joyful. There is your happiness!

Love,
Aunt Deb

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if it's a compliment, thank you!

Julia