A Shared History

17 Jan

Carroll M

I’m carrying on with my 30 minute drawings of Baby Boomers and here’s another. It’s a lovely experience for me, I get to draw and also to sit and talk with lovely people as well. I’m not sure it’s such a nice experience for the people who sit for me – being stared at by me for half an hour. A lot of my sitters are local, well, all live locally, but some are from other places originally and it’s interesting for me to listen to their experiences and how they differ from mine. Most of us have something in common – we share a similar culture and history, but many differences as well.

One Response to “A Shared History”

  1. allesistgut January 18, 2016 at 08:43 #

    It’s an very intersting way to get to know to people. 🙂 Happy Monday!

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