Monday, November 21, 2011

inspired by film

these are the last of (holiday) cards/prints ~ inspired from the animated film "the prince of egypt". both can be found at


also! in other news~ all i did was listen is the featured artist in a new online magazine called sprout/please come visit!



nacherluver said...

Congrats! Well deserved.

Jennifer Richardson said...

Gaaaaahhhhh....I LOVE these!
Love, love, LOVE em!!!
And your article in Sprout
makes my heart grin, cheer and shout!
You do soooooo inspire me to see
throught heaven's eyes,
oh yes you do:)
joining the dance,

Kim Mailhot said...

So sweet !
Congrats on the well deserved feature !
Happy Monday, Lovely One !

patrice longmire said...

Sweetness pure sweetness.... Truth pure truth. Lovely pure loveliness... Your heart inspires my heart to shine.
Dancing together in spirit always!
Congratulations on your feature... On my way to take a peek. Love you.

aimee said...

your work makes me happy, happy, HAPPY. xo

aimee said...

and a HUGE congrats on the Sprout magazine interview!

Julia said...

Through heaven's eyes...oh how I love that. And these new drawings...they open my heart wider. And you and your interview in Sprout...big gasps here--I loved every word you had to say, Rachel--I soaked them up and they're living sweetly inside now.

I adore the YOU-ness of you.

With love,


Eden said...

Wonderful! And Inspiring! Wow!!

Michele said...

These are my most favourite of yours. I ADORE them!

trish said...

You are so clever...very inspiring.x

Unknown said...

Darling! Wishing you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving!!!

Bella Sinclair said...

I love your wonderful ears
And how they perk up when they hear a string of magic
And how your amazing imagination takes that string of magic
And transforms it into dancing lines and colors
So that we may feel that magic too.

WOOOHOOOO on the feature! That is absolutely awesome! Congrats!

Tammie Lee said...

and lovely too ~

Yael said...

It is not always easy to join into life's dance - but it is worth trying - if we succeed we are very lucky! :-)
Great thoughts Rachel!

Jess said...

Lovely cards - so uplifting!
Jess xx

Elizabeth Halt said...

*happy sigh* That being said, "lit together" is still my favorite. Hmmmm. *scratches chin*

Valerie Lorimer said...

These are so wonderful, Rachel! Oh so true about joining the dance...the journey is always unfurling before us!

S. Etole said...

just a little note of thanks for the way in which you share your gifts ... Happy Thanksgiving.

ELK said...

love them both! happy dance at your feature in sprout ! thankful for your artistic inspiration always!!

Relyn Lawson said...

The meal has been eaten.
The kitchen is clean.
The leftovers are stashed.
The walk has been taken.
Everyone is happy and fed and blessed.
Now I have the time to stop by.
On this Thanksgiving Day, I wanted to tell you that I am thankful for you; for this blog; for the inspiration you provide here. Sending you much love, Relyn

Jenny Blair said...

oh! You never fail to make me smile and connect with my heart and yours :) Love the words you beautifully capture with you colour and lines.Especially the prancing dancing queen :)
Hugs to you sweet friend xx

Edgar Cabrera said...

congratulations on being featured!!!! your illustrations are really sweet!

Beth Morey said...

These are absolutely amazing. I especially love the first one. Thanks for sharing!

Laura said...

as always Rachel your art is I was reading the words I was thinking, these sound so has been a while since my girls (now teenagers) watched that movie over and over again. No wonder I remembered them deep in the recesses of my mind. Truly, they are beautiful lyrics. Congratulations on being part of this magazine:-)

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

Indeed one of my favorite movies! I love that movie and these wonderful cards are beautiful! I love these!
Thanks so much for stopping and I hope that you had a blessed and happy Thanksgiving with your friends and family!
Best to you always with lots of warm hugs

Elyse said...

I adore the Prince of Egypt. One of my favorite movies growing up. The alligators, however, thoroughly freaked me out. Great art! Whimsical and lovely.

Eden said...

And another couple of winners! I just love these!