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Drawing Drawing - A Shoulder To Cry On No. 2 by Elisabeta Hermann

A Shoulder To Cry On No. 2 is a drawing by Elisabeta Hermann which was uploaded on May 1st, 2011.

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another fantastic drawing .... beautiful ... the whole gallery is very beautiful. to my liking are closer to the recent work ... I am thrilled with your pictures :)...v&f

Such a wonderful drawing, so well composed and prooving so much sensitivity....... a big fav of mine...... Ana

Tare, tare ma bucur ca iti place aceasta lucrare, draga Ana...:) Multumesc din suflet!!!

Dear Betty, I see that you signed your note to Marsha as :Betty. So I will call you Betty if it is o.k. This piece is very interesting. It is sensitive. You are able to envoke deep feelings with only a few lines. That is a sign of a true artist, one of many signs of course. I like your other works too.

Thank you with all my heart for your BEAUTIFUL and detailed comment. You have no idea how much your words mean to me...:) Hugs to you, Betty..:))))

Very sensitive drawing. A moving image....making one feel as if they're intuding on a very private moment.

Thank you very much my dear Marsha..:) Hugs to you a million, Betty