Ever since I read Barbara Kingsolver’s great novel “Lacuna” last year, I have been fascinated with Frida Kahlo. So when I saw instructions on how to draw her over at Art Projects for Kids, I thought I would give it a go for today’s index card, using Sharpies rather than oil pastels. I think my version is maybe a little too pretty-pretty for the real Frida though!

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2 thoughts on “Frida

  1. Addie says:

    I love Frida and this drawing is one of the loveliests…

  2. annjrippin says:

    Reblogged this on Annjrippin's Blog and commented:
    I know lots of people who read my blog are fascinated by Frida.

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