What a lovely daughter you have. I know she makes you proud!!! Mickie :)
Beautiful portraits! Chelsea will be a great artist like her mother I'm sure! I follow her blog and saw that she is very talented! I like so much her paintings,very very beautiful!I feel sorry for her wisdom teeth!I wish you a fantastic weekend, greetingsMatteo
Beautiful inside and out is my guessBest for the journey ahead ...
wow, she is a beauty!
such a beauty!and exciting for her to begin her new adventure!
Gorgeous portraits, Margaret. Your light is fantastic. These are professional quality. She is a striking beauty, but you know that! What eyes.Best to her from another mom who sent her daughter off to art school not so long ago.
Gorgeous shots of her, Margaret. And, what an exciting time in her life.
Stunningly Beautiful!Lovely Eyes!Mirrors her soul!!Any Mom would be proud.
Thank you all for the wonderful comments! They make my heart sing :) I am off early this morning getting things ready for my son who will be starting his freshman year in college at the same school as my daughter is the highschool Jr/Sr program. They will both be boarding there and will have each other to watch out for... that makes me feel great.It is SO much work getting two off to school... and expensive! :)
Oh my goodness, these are just gorgeous Margaret, and what a beautiful young lady she is!!
both of you are amazing! I love your work Mrs. Bednar and Chels looks simply stunning!
Awe, thank you Lisa & Eve. Eve - chelsea just adores you - thanks for staying in contact with her. :)
I ADORE her too. She is like the sweetest girl I've ever known. She loves art, so I do. So we get along really good! I just ADORE your family all your kids are artist, but I could easily found why they are like this. your work is AMAZING. congrats!
After reading sister Ruth's comment, I thought the very same, as when she sent off her very creative daughter to school not too long ago. I have a feeling you're both equally proud of each other!
wow your daughter is truly beautiful...nice portraits...
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