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The Lady Around The Corrner

August 20, 2022
By artistX SILVER, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
artistX SILVER, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
5 articles 17 photos 29 comments

Favorite Quote:
“This is what love does. In the stories, love healed your wounds, fixed what was broken, allowed you to go on. But love wasn’t a spell, some kind of benediction to be whispered, a balm or a cure-all. It was a single, fragile thread, which grew stronger through connection, through shared hardship and trust.”
― Leigh Bardugo, Rule of Wolves


Her gaze penetrates you in your spot. The piercing green eyes. The haunted expression. The captivating gaze that stopped the world in its tracks. Blink. And she'll be gone.


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artistX SILVER said...
on Sep. 5 at 12:16 pm
artistX SILVER, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
5 articles 17 photos 29 comments

Favorite Quote:
“This is what love does. In the stories, love healed your wounds, fixed what was broken, allowed you to go on. But love wasn’t a spell, some kind of benediction to be whispered, a balm or a cure-all. It was a single, fragile thread, which grew stronger through connection, through shared hardship and trust.”
― Leigh Bardugo, Rule of Wolves

@H_Trick508 & @strangerthings & @LieraryMe... Thank you! Art is very special for me, and telling a story is a part of the process for me, so thank you for noticing. Thank you all for supporting (me and countless others) on TeenInk! ;)

on Sep. 1 at 9:04 am
H_Trick508 BRONZE, Flower Mound, Texas
1 article 4 photos 7 comments

Favorite Quote:
"You're off to Great Places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, So... get on your way!" ― Dr. Seuss

This is beautiful!! The eyes are amazing! I love your attention to detail and how the piece tells a story. Great job!!!

on Aug. 27 at 12:35 pm
strangerthings, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
0 articles 0 photos 8 comments

Favorite Quote:
there's more to life than stupid boys

You tell art like a story, that weaves it's way through a piece. You don't draw a portrait, to just paint a face. You draw to tell a story. That's very powerful.

on Aug. 24 at 10:49 am
LiteraryMe PLATINUM, Dayton, Ohio
41 articles 17 photos 305 comments

Favorite Quote:
“The earth has music for those who listen.” —William Shakespeare

I love this--very powerful! The eyes are amazing and her expression really draws you in