Cleaning House

September 24, 2013

Mindless doodles on their way to the recycling bin.

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One thing I love about Savannah are all the little hidden courtyards and carriage houses.  As if the houses on the street aren’t charming enough?!

West Gordon Street Carriage House

custom pen & ink

11×14 inches

There’s just something about this house in Rhode Island that speaks to me.  I’ve never been there and it probably has something to do with the fact that it seems so isolated, perched over the beach.    It’s a family home that opened its doors to a wedding in the back yard (talk about a backdrop) and I was lucky enough to draw it as a wedding gift for the bride & groom.

Commission your own custom Pen & Ink Drawing HERE.  (ps…my holiday schedule is booking super fast this year!)

 

 

Do all artist’s feel the urge to paint flowers?  Seems like I’m always thinking “one day I should paint that blossom.”  Thanks to sweet bride Aimee, I have finally get to nurture that side of me, even if only for a bit.

I have a feeling there will be more to come….

A little something for the only two people on the planet brave enough to let me marry them.  Can’t believe it’s been a year already!  Happy Anniversary Val & Pat!

The Narnia Estate Wedding Venue Gazebo Lemont Illinois Pen and Ink Drawing

The Narnia Estate – 5×7 inches – pen & ink

©2012 Heather L. Young

In 1904 the Jekyll Island Club was referred to as “the richest, the most exclusive, the most inaccessible club in the world,” according to Munsey’s Magazine.  The Club still lives up to it’s grand title, this sketch a mere detail of the sprawling building and lush grounds.  Click Here to read some of the fascinating history behind the Jekyll Island Club.

Jekyll Island Club Pen and Ink Drawing by Heather L. Young

Original – SOLD

Prints available soon!

It’s so therapeutic for me to draw trees (especially Live Oaks)…Love the gnarled up trunk.

Pen and Ink drawing of Lover's Oak Tree Brunswick, GA by Heather L. Young

Original – SOLD

Prints coming soon!

©2012 Heather L. Young