Monday, 8 February 2010

Sei Shonagon meets the Butterfly

Did you ever hear about Sei Shonagon? She was one of the first women that wrote literature in Japan, who lived between 966 and 1017 . Her beautifully written diary "The pillow book" is well known all over the world, and there is also a Peter Greeneway's homonym film based in her writings.

Well, here is my pick of Sei Shonagon - it's my original drawing based on antique japanese style- while watching a butterfly. Who knows? Perhaps at that moment she found some inspiration for her writings!


Here is the complete card. I used polka dot paper for Lucy's Challenge no. 5.


This is officially my first card this year.

8 comments:

Barbara said...

Oh my, this is an original drawing? This is gorgeous! I love your finished card as well!
:-)

Lucy Abrams said...

Wow - amazing drawing, and love the polka dots too.

Sarah said...

You drew that?????? OMG I LOVE it!!! Sooo beautiful! Incredible work...I would LOVE that image.

Cibele Glazer said...

Gorgeous card. You are a true artist!!!!!

BananaStamper said...

Beautiful image and a beautiful card! I am a reader, must check out the literature you mention. :)
Shanna :)

Jeanne said...

Stunningly beautiful! You've got some major talent! Thanks for sharing!

Lolis said...

Beautiful drawing!! Great card! Love the polka dots. You're very talented.

luna said...

Beautiful ATC! Thanks for sending me the link.

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