Sunday, January 25, 2009

spider's web


As a spider Web each of us read blogs of the other and find new artists and new ideas in the world.

We are lucky.

We can increase our knowledge.
We can compare our talents and improve them.
And we can show our works to the whole world.

I like this form of weaving.
I have decided to give one of my own drawing to one of you who will write on my blog why He (or She) wants to have one of my works.
To Enter, you must leave a comment on THIS post ONLY.
Happy Sunday friends!
Check back here on Feb. 14th - I will announce the winner!

22 comments:

soulbrush said...

hiya, i am so glad that you visited me. i would love one of your pieces because you are a capricornian like my new granddaughter maggie!!! the best reason of all. i would love to give you something of mine in return, but i am not really an artist, i play and have fun. if you see something of mine on my blog that you would like, i would feel really honoured to let you have it. email:jossross@yahoo.com

Sue said...

Steph, I LOVE the way your mind works and how well you use words to illustrate your thoughts.
Beautiful!

Please add me in your giveaway for your enchantingly whimsical drawing! Why?

Your drawings make me smile, and it is a smile that I feel first in my
midsection - not just in the muscles around my mouth. There is an emotional pull. Anything that does that is a VERY good thing!

I would frame it and hang it in my studio for inspiration. Every time I looked at it, I would be reminded at how lucky I am through the internet and
the "weaving of the spiderweb" to have met you.
Your drawing would be a tangible thread across the miles.

Happy Sunday to you too!

Oh...almost forgot. I "tagged" you yesterday on my blog...

http://bartonoriginals.blogspot.com/2009/01/first-for-me.html

Hugs,

Sue

Flor Larios Art said...

Hi,
I like to collect art from others and yours is very intresting and very original. Your illustrations have character and I also love the sketchy style you have.
Thank you.
Flor

Caroline said...

I would love to have one of your drawings. The spider guy has a silliness to him that makes me smile!

GraceBeading said...

I only found you through the OWOH event and was moved enough to subscribe to your blog. I have looked around a bit at your work through your blog and your Etsy store and what strikes me the most, is that your pieces are joyful, they lift my spirits and makes my heart smile.

It's a good question to ask though, I enjoy hearing what others think too.

3rdEyeMuse said...

It would feel like a mini-holiday to receive one of your drawings since they make my heart smile so. I would frame and hang it & would likely spend hours simply looking at it.

it's generous of you to share a piece of yourself like this. I know any of us will be thrilled to receive it. :)

B.Valianti/myth maker said...

I would love to have one of your drawing because it would bring your enthusiasm and joy for life into my home. You are so inspiring, Stefania, and it show in your writings, your drawings, your painting, dolls, jewelry.. everything!
I would be honored to have your drawing!

~Barbara

jgy said...

I would love to do a Japan-Italy exchange. What fun.
I am also fascinated by Italy, visited and spent a summer in Venice many years ago which was magical.
I have a funny idea though, if you like it---
Lately I love finding things, right, so here goes--
We pick a day, and on that day, I will dedicate my "finds" to finding things for you. So whatever speaks to me for you, I will pick up during my 'travels' thru the streets of my Japan that day. Then, I will make them into something or just put them together in some way for you. The form will follow!
And, on that same day, you could put on your "finder" feelers and see what speaks to you and pick it up for me.
We could start somehting here!!

I know you are open and honest, so if you don't like the idea, let me know too...
I hope you like it!

MuseSwings said...

I would LOVE to have one of your drawings! I absolutly love the magical way you have of expressing lifes emotions. Your little spring time lady is the best expression of spring and hope and winter's end I have ever encountered. Pure joy! Even if I don't win, if you would allow me to put your spring lady on my side bar - with a link to you - she'll brighten every day of mine.

Btw - there's a mystery going on over at my place - a missing gem...suspects...detectives and a reward!

Lily Pang said...

I like your drawings. It is very imaginative and cute!

Nina Originals said...

I would love to have one of your drawings (and who wouldn't?) because they are whimsical & we can all use more whimsy in our lives, especially now.

Sarah said...

I love your drawing and the idea it represents. It is so delicately drawn and he looks so friendly. My blog is called 'circles of rain' to represent that same idea-of ever widening circles of people to meet and art to see-the way everything interconnects. Please visit me too as I am having a drawing for One World One Heart -a few posts back!
Nice to meet you,
Sarah:)

Sarah said...

Hi-me again! I see you are in OWOH too! I am going to have a look at your other work too.

Lisa Lectura Creations said...

Lovely post! Very true interpretation of what we do. I enjoy your spiritual outlook on things said and created. It would be an honor to win anything made from such a sweet imagination and soul.

Lisa :)
http://llcreations.blogspot.com/

Tracy said...

Oh, why would we NOT want one of your drawings? You are very talented - it would be very difficult to choose which I liked most!


Tracy in SW WA
FiberBabble

RetRomantic said...

I came across your blog through OWOH so I took a chance to enter this giveaway to :)
gordana02@aol.com

The Whimsical Goblin said...

Your drawings bring a smile to my face, so unique.

Would love a drawing from you :)

(keeping my fingers crossed)

kokkozik said...

I love your drawings, I like their charachter. I think your drawings can make people better, It's like looking in the children eyes, so innocent, and so wise.You look at them and remember, there are things that matter, and things that not, and you remind yourself don't mix up.

jasminduft said...

What a cool and funny drawing!

Barb Conroy said...

I not only love your drawings but your jewellery is magnificent too! You are such a talented artist I would be so proud to be the owner of your amazing spider.
Barb
Melbourne
Australia

Liv said...

Ciao Stefania!! :)
It would be an honour to own one of your drawings...why?? Because I'd love to be able to hang it up on my wall and say it's from "mia amica nuova in Italia"! :)
(I wish I could draw/paint/be artistic! The most I can do is design digiscrap stuff!! LOL)
Anyway, I'd better do some work!! :)
Ciao!
--Liv--

Victoria Webb said...

Well, my last name is Webb and of course as a child I was always called Spider....so I had to leave a comment.

I love this little piece, it's friendly and offers the opposite take on what people usually think of when they see spiders.

I happen to love them; they kill the bad insects and keep my garden healthy!

-Victoria