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Nov 26, 2006

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TeriC

HOLY MOLEY!! These are awesome! Best eggs I have seen around. I am shaking my head in wonder.

Hashi

Oh my, this is wonderful.

Bob

Your drawings are wonderful. The eggs, the cars, everything.

lin

WOWOWOWOWZA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THESE ARE THE MOST AWESOME EGGS!! DEPTH COLOR, SHADING -- MERCY -- THEY ARE IRRESISTABLE!!! MAN OH MAN! wHAT YOU'VE DONE TO THE HUMBLE EGG! BROUGHT IT RIGHT UP TO EXQUISITE!

Andrea.

Oh, France these are amazing. It's a while that we've seen some still life and pencil used in this way. Just brilliant.

Suzanne

Ok, take everything Teri, Hashi, Bob, Lin and Andrea said and pretend I said it as well! This is one of my absolute favorites!!!!!!!! A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!! You've got some mad skills!

Jana Bouc

Oh the evocative light you've captured here. I immediately pictured early morning on a farm (of course the eggs on a farm wouldn't be in a cardboard egg package, but that's how it struck me). Gorgeous silky drawing!

Renate

Boah! Ich bin sprachlos!

Miguel

Unlike everyone else, I'm drawn to the little pointy things with holes in them.. I guess I can call them the "egg holders" or whatever. Don't get me wrong, your eggs are awsome too, but the texture of the cardboard just intrigues me.

Felicity

Wow! Fabulous, and yes, great texture!

micheline

and again, like I said about the wood-paneled wagon, I'm a softy for texture....the CARDBOARD CARTON cradles those little suckers!
Mich

Shandara

Wow tes oeufs sont super beaux !!!

wagonized

Whoa thanks!

Colleen

Thank you for creating this beautiful piece and letting us see it - proves once again that simplicity rules.

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