28 – Harriet Tubman

harriettubmanFor my last daily face, I decided to go back to the historical, where I started. I had hoped to work on making more pretty faces, but instead, life threw me a real curve ball and I didn’t have time or energy to do extras, and had to rely on my family for most of the modeling, total realism.
This has been a fun exercise,but I think that the painting a day exercise was more fun. More than once I did not paint something because I had to do a face instead.
Thanks everyone who followed me down this road this month, it has been an adventure!

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3 thoughts on “28 – Harriet Tubman”

  1. I am so impressed with your faces! I can’t imagine the time it took to create all the awesome work you did for this challenge! I’ll be sure to keep stopping by to see what you’re creating!
    God bless,
    Sherry

  2. Thank you for painting all the faces! It was a fascinating look at history, your family, and your gifted talent!

  3. Dear Mimi, years ago, when I was teaching in an inner-city school in Dayton, Ohio, the seventh graders and I studied Harriet Tubman. She was an intrepid woman and you’ve captured that with your artistry. I think you probably share her intrepid qualities. Peace.

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