Thursday, December 22, 2011

Miss Em and Friends celebrate Chanukah

A quick painting done tonight. I'm not sure why the background is coming out so yellow, as it's on bright white paper but maybe cause it's late.

Too late to use this for this years cards...but there's always next year.

14 comments:

Lynn said...

Of course I love this!!! Happy Chanukah Mim!!! May the lights shine brightly where you are.
Hugs and Hag Semaach!

marianne said...

This is perfect for next years card and I am sure people would love to buy this one. It is so cute and perfect for Chanukah!
I love all the different faces. Priceless Mim!

sukipoet said...

charming and original for sure. love this gathering of people with candles on their heads. happy holiday to you.

Teri C said...

Mim, this is just wondeful and creative!

Robin said...

This is so beautiful and meaningful....I love the use of candles throughout all faiths this time of year...

A beautiful piece of art...and yes, it will be perfect for next year too.

I'm feeling so sad today...just read KJ's post....so many losses the past few months...now more than ever, light, candles, friends - all mean so very much to me.

Love to you and your DH,

♥ Robin ♥

Barbara/myth maker said...

That's darling. Happy Chanukah!

kj said...

an interfaith effort from an awesome artist, person, friend.

happy chanukah, merry christmas, happy new year, mim


kj

Katiejane said...

Thank you, Miss Em and everyone else. I love this. I send you all warm wishes for a glorious holiday season.

soulbrush said...

you know how much I love Em, and this is just terific. Wishing you all a (belated )happy Chanukah and very festive Xmas and happy healthy 2012 dear friend.

~Babs said...

I love this,,,and your previous post. So much character in each one. I especially like the looks on the faces in the previous.
Happy Chanukah, Mim!

PAK ART said...

Happy Chanukah to you and yours! I love Miss Em too and am always delighted to see her pop up on your post.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Happy Chanukah Mim. Your card is great. Can't see the yellow background on my computer. It looks great.

Snowbrush said...

Why, indeed, would a white background look yellow. Did it look that way in person or just in the photo?

studio lolo said...

This is the cutest and most cleverest best ever Menorah I have ever seen!!

Happy, merry always, Mim!

xo
Lo♥