Hello. Approximately one million years ago I posted a picture on my blog and told people that, if they colored it and sent it to me, they would be featured on my blog.
Holy guacamole, these are fantastic. Please, enjoy. This is the first time I’ve included a gallery on the blog. If you click on the pictures, they’ll be displayed larger and you can read about the submissions in more detail.
Pick your favorite, and let me know in the comments!
From our youngest participant, my cousin Clara. Utilizing traditional colors, this one is super cute.
Also known as “Our Lady of WSU,” (my sister’s school). Please note the GLITTER that didn’t translate well to being copied. 🙂 Good work, Christine!
My sister’s shining smile and sparkly OLG!
Our Lady of Guadalupe…with noodle detailing in the corner, there. This one utilized paint as a medium, and a gold paint outlines much of the work. This was masterfully done by my cousin, Johanna, who has a side hobby creating icons!
These two, my brother Josh and friend Ryan, contributed their own art to the project.
The soft and quiet Blessed Virgin. This is the only one completed by a true-blue art major…coworker Jessica!
Our Lady of Guadalupe à la Mary Engelbriet. Courtesy of my charming mother.
Ryan’s version: Our Lady of Guadalupe…with animals and the sunshine. I dig it.
From Josh. Our Lady Ever-watchful (he wanted me to know that he modified the picture so that her eyes were open). Flames are home-boy’s signature. The Flash Gordon baby angel is also worth noting.