Friday, July 11

Cornelius Nozeman Prints 1770-1820

Images for you from my archives. Enjoy!
My brother is home on leave from Afghanistan for the next two weeks. When all the family starts to gather and peck, it is bit overwhelming and I will probably be spending more time with you, in blog-la-la-land. It really is much better for my soul. Thank you for calming me and keeping me centered.


cindy said...

LOVE these old prints. Are'nt they wonderful! LOL your phraseollogy of the family, "gather and peck"...been there, done that as they say. Hang in there. Love the glad you are back. Thanks for letting me know.


Jessica said...

These are gorgeous, Abbie! Thanks so much for sharing them.
I understand what you mean about family visits. They're fun, but exhausting!

Anonymous said...

These images are beautiful. Hope you are enjoying time with your brother and family :)

Mary said...

Oh Abbie, these are beautiful!!! Thank you so much for sharing them.

I was thinking about your brother recently, when things started heating up in Afghanistan. I hope your time with family is more gathering and less pecking. LOL

Thanks for your kind comment on my blog. I can't wait to see your magazine cover!

Anke said...

HI Abbie, looks like you enjoy creating with the c-puter. Wonderful!
Enjoy the time as good as possible with your brother and enjoy as well your break time in blog-a-land, smiles and greetings your way, Anke ;)

Tea Time and Roses said...

Oh Abbie the prints are beautiful, thank you so much for sharing! Enjoy your lovely blog so much!



Becky said...

Hello Abbie, these are lovely prints. Thanks so very much for sharing. Is it ok if I use them in my charms and other art work. I jus want to make sure. I really love them all.

Thanks so much,

Joanna {sweet finds} said...

great images. thank you for sharing. I am just getting into this whole artwork thing... so, what is the best way to print them? Should I burn them on a CD & take to office max??

I hope you have a nice visit with your brother. I remember when my hubby came back from Iraq, he was so jumpy. Riding in the car with him was even strange. He was constantly looking around & keeping an eye on things. Talking in his sleep. And constantly jerking... he would sometime do the same motions over & over again. (as if he was loading his mag.) we joke know about it... but then, it was very strange to see what he was going through. I hope you brother has a peaceful rest while in the states. xoxo, Joanna