1. Every-time i see your amazing owls it makes me want to get out my sewing things and start creating little critters! They have such life and personality, just awesome!

  2. and I am merely its player ;)…Wow…your works trully are amazing..the owl looks so whimsical and harry potter-ish :). I love your quote too…that’s my favorite quote 🙂 I used it for a speech I had to do in High School 😀

  3. …and Jaques is a most magnificent player… My goodness, how in the world did you ever capture that expression?

  4. Jo Roberts

    I haven’t been on for a while, but oh wow! everything is Wonderful! 🙂

  5. he truly does look melancholy … he’s a heart breaker.

    I’m a long time lurker and follower, and rarely post, but Jaques spoke right out to me!

  6. Ann, it is just pure enchantment!….looking at this owl….my grandmother loved owls!!! My own mom says that I must have got my own creative genes from her. Thanks for sharing and creating!!!! yes, yes, yes…..deb

  7. I am always so happy to see a new posting from you. You never fail to blow me away!

  8. The long eyelashes and fluffy eyebrows really add to his expressive face. Fantastic.

  9. Wonderful!
    Maybe he sees everything in the world…
    happiness,sadness,trouble,wonder,birth,death,etc and also our future.

  10. i am amazed that you can capture so much expression in your birds. it’s really wonderful.

  11. What a beautifully expressive owl – I covet him! At first glance he looked so crumpled and curmudgeonly with those thick eyebrows. Then I looked again and felt sorry for him because he seemed so slump-shouldered and crumpled (emotionally speaking.) I have always been a conoisseur of owls(my blog name is a reference to this – although a bit obscure) and I have to say that yours are lovely!

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