Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Pastel Drawing

I drew this pastel on a hymn page using a Jeremy Lipking painting as reference.


Blogger Miss Pants said...

It's gorgeous!

27 May, 2009 18:45  
Blogger foundinidaho said...

Very nice, indeed.

27 May, 2009 19:23  
Blogger Jennifer said...

It is absolutely beautiful, you are a true artist putting that body on a church hymn

27 May, 2009 20:42  
Blogger Matt said...

There must be some meaning in the choice of hymn. Beautiful work, SML. This has something more. Can't but my finder on it, but it's complete.

27 May, 2009 23:06  
Blogger Randy said...

Dang, your art is most excellent!

28 May, 2009 06:22  
Blogger Cele said...

Oh mi gawd I would totally buy that. I've missed your blog.

28 May, 2009 22:51  
Blogger Sister Mary Lisa said...

Thanks, my friends. It's been good to get some art back lately...


29 May, 2009 10:40  
Blogger Froggie said...

I love this, Lisa.

01 June, 2009 09:51  
Blogger Aerin said...

This is beautiful - thanks for sharing!

08 June, 2009 19:43  
Blogger J.M. Tewkesbury said...

So, how's the drawing of "Master the Tempest is Raging" coming along?

10 June, 2009 15:09  
Anonymous Jennifer2 said...

Yay Lisa!

13 June, 2009 09:53  
Anonymous mark said...

Hi my Friend.
I like this alot. Very beautiful, very sexy, and very creative. I could see this piece hanging in a fine art gallery or in a classy bistro or even in a art museum. The piece shouts yet it is so delicate. I look at it and some of my animalistic interests rise and then I look again and Im calmed and I want to protect the being pictured. Good art creates emotion and you scored here.

20 June, 2009 19:04  
Blogger Ms-Chievous said...


13 July, 2009 23:49  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is the most ridiculous blog I've ever seen. You are a woman lacking in testimony, support and self control. Many of the reasons you site for leaving the church are not hidden, but openly taught and you would have known that had you paid more attention to the teachers and not the boys. Second of all you needed your husbands permission for a temple recommend because things like that can cause a lot of pain and anquish in a marriage if a husband can't attend with his wife. It's the same as when your husband is called in for a calling and they ask the wife if you will support them...but I guess you didn't stay around long enough to find that out. Your not damned to hell because you couldn't make it to the temple, you tried, your husband is the one that hindered you. You are blaming your frustrations on the wrong thing. Deep down you know this was the easy escape....leaving the church that is.

15 July, 2009 22:23  
Anonymous NotMuchForExactCopies said...

Nice copy. Do you ever do anything original? Did you just print his picture and trace it on that sheet music?

19 July, 2009 14:39  
Blogger Sister Mary Lisa said...


I drew it freehand while looking at the painting on my computer screen.

I have a couple more drawings on hymn pages using photographs by a professional with his permission, which will be for sale should one wish to buy. I'll post when they are ready to be seen. :)

21 July, 2009 11:28  
OpenID sideon said...

I think anonymous needs a big gay hug.

But not from me.

Love love LOVE your artwork, Lisa!

22 July, 2009 17:28  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Too Fing cool. I'm jealous of your talent. Keep up the good work.


16 August, 2009 06:43  
Anonymous mysketch said...

simple but extraordinary

22 September, 2009 04:14  
Blogger Stephen said...

Pastel Drawings are always a great stuff.

05 July, 2010 23:09  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Sis!
Long time no blog! Great art. It has been awhile. I would be interested to know how you are faring with your exit out to transition world as I am pretty sure you might be interested in mine. Oh the bloggy times we used to share back in the day (has it really been 3 years).... ANYHOOZLE I am sure I will hear from you one of these decades when you stumble back over to this blogtastic sphere in the wee hours of the morning. I hope you did not step on a lego in the dark one your way over.
Your Pal,

Nogginus Skepticalus

10 December, 2013 04:38  

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