What’s it all About?

Nancy Lemon has a Fine Art degree from Clemson University and a Master’s in Illustration from the Portfolio Center.Β  She made this blog for viewers like you, and feels silly talking about herself in the third person.

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  1. Dear Nancy,

    Bravo! Your art is interesting, and I recognize many influences in it.

    Painter’s block, like writer’s block, is largely compost that accumulates within the mind. It’s mostly about fear and self-doubt. You haven’t asked for my advice, but I’d say to let go and fall into the stream. (Yes. A hideous cliche.) There will be all sorts of things down river to inspire you. The scenery is always changing.

    So, this is Nancy from the Wellness Center. May your talents always be blessed, especially by your own soul. Well, a better way of expressing it, is to say: “May you always recognize that your soul has forever blessed your talents.”

    My best to you and Matt.

    Chris Frazier


    1. I think your blog is the best thing for everyone who sees it. πŸ™‚
      Thank you for the compliment for my dogs…they are my only children, for now!


  2. When life gives you the shade of a lovely lemon tree, it’s time to make lemonade, tarts, danish and all things sweet to relish.

    I just read your comment and wanted to tell you just how special your work is and hope you will believe me (and the many others who agree). πŸ˜€ I’m not an artist but whatever I do, it’s to make myself happy. This way, it’s hard to doubt what I do….ha, ha!

    I love Chris’ comment: “May you always recognize that your soul has forever blessed your talents.” This soul-to-earth blesses your talents for bringing such joy and colour! Please keep going…..
    ~ Radhika πŸ˜‰


  3. I really like your style! You capture expressions perfectly. If your interested, I would love to see what you could do with my one of my cats on Cats at the Bar. (Sorry, no cash, but exposure and fun) I feature a lot of poets and writers already, but think it would be fun to bring in a different look. have a look and let me know. πŸ™‚ (The horse poop, cracks me up.)


  4. I swear I did NOT stop following you! Some kind of computer glitch but never mind. It dawned on me today how I hadn’t seen any posts and so I discovered the horrible truth. But I found you again. So go ahead now, continue to fill me with joy πŸ˜„


  5. Ha! I was scratching my head a bit when I saw you were following me again…;) Thanks for trying so hard to follow me! And then finding me. I will go create some joy now. πŸ˜€


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