One of the most original Obama portraits I have seen.I have greats works in your blog.Greetings
Superbe Limbolo! I just got hold of a Albert Brenet book, what a pleasure to look at his work, I remember the one you have, impossible to find.Hope you're well.
Good Evening and thank you gentlemen.Stef, Hi, nice to hear from you. My spirit is well but my body is a bit under the weather. My phlegmatic British temper inhibits me from bursting into tears of joy but my Celtic side will out. I'm hit by a psychosomatic dose of common cold.Pleased to hear you found the Brenet.
The media basically chose the president this year. I think it's weird Bidden has more experience than BO.
If Heads of State were chosen on such sober consideration we'd be in a different world.Biden will play his part. Obama hasn't been elected dictator. I'm watching out for who's in the new cabinet.
Great portrait. :o)
Cool. Best portrait i see the last weeks (and i saw a lot)
The American Dream is alive & kicking! I won't hold my breath for something similar to happen in France . . .
And the rest of us are believers too.Anonymous (above) seems to think that Obama's win is just media bandwagoning, but what makes his win special is he and his people's ability to overwhelm the less than friendly forces in the US media and bring outa. the people who normally don't vote at all. b. Republican voters who could normally be expected to believe the ridiculous slurs and rumours that liberal Democrats get tarred with.Anyway, the perilous adventure continues. This the second Obama illustration I've done. It feels a bit odd to me because I don't normally have any interest in political caricatures and this one isn't saying much except "it's him" (must be the tie.) Watch this space...
Hi Neil,The sense of relief is nearly palpable on this side of the pond...Yet there were still 46% of voters who thought the 'Moose Lady' and her sugar daddy to be a preferable choice even as 8 years of hardcore republican rule has laid waste to the country and made a mockery of all the principles they pretend to stand for. Go figure.Cheers.
quite a remarkable portrait.liked your other woks also..quite thoughful
I feel much better about my country now.Luc's right though. I canvassed for Obama and have had first hand contact with some of those adamantly opposed to him.I like your portrait and look forward to more. You draw African (American) faces beautifully.
Hello Jack,It's my pleasure to say thanks to an American who helped get Obama into the White House.
Cool work, you have a nice style!!
For my small role and for the rest who made the right choice this time, you're welcome.To the future Neil...
Yes! Recession or not, we're still rejoicing. Love your works!
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