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Granmas Hands Drawing by Otis L Stanley

Granma's Hands is a drawing by Otis L Stanley which was uploaded on October 26th, 2009.

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Wow Otis! Been a while since I've checked in. You have posted some wonderful images! As always, your work impresses. Keep it up and hopefully, we'll be talking.

This is such a precious pencil drawing! It brings back fond reminiscences to me. That is a very good question O! I guess with progress of technology, easy mean of transportation this affectionate task is rather archaic. L/f

Very nice work

Nice drawing of Granma's Hands. Looks like my Nana's hands.

I was told to check out your work and now I know why! Beautiful! I will continue to look! Beautiful work! Sir

Otis L Stanley replied:

Thanks, who was so kind to speak of my work? I want to send them roses. O.

Beautiful attention to detail.

Fabulous work of art! Very skillfully done! f/v

The hands of Time,,,,,A beautiful tribute and a reminder of love and compassion......a wonderful piece,,,,,vf

What a wonderful memory, Otis... so beautifully and sensitively drawn! I don't know of anyone who sits and sews these days... it seems a lost art! f/v

nicely done and the age gives it flavor =!

Great work Otis! Next time I'm in Woodbridge, VA I'll have to holler at you!

Great Sketch!

I know these hands could tell many stories....

Wonderful sketch!

Beautiful work !!! ... and for me, very emotional.

Wonderful work Otis.

Beauty, Love, and Power -- so richly captured!

Yes! Hands help to put love into action and convey the dept of caring from the heart. Mr. O, are there still Grandmothers like ours living today? Those hands rubbed us with oil and "mentol" when we coughed in the night. Those hands picked us up when we fell and bruised our knees. Those hands fed us our first meals and combed our hair and mended our clothes and spanked us when we did wrong... Thank you Mr. O, for sharing and jogging my memory. Rosine

We feel ya bro. Thanks peace, O.

Great passion here!

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