the arrow mag

These drawings are featured in a brand new magazine out of San Antonio, Texas. They start publishing January next year and have guest artists online at present. Please check them out and spread the word! And don’t forget to LIKE on facebook! 

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    • Thank you Eva for your continued support & encouragement of my work, it means so much to me. In a world of such fleeting moments, hearing from you is just simply & beautifully ‘stabilizing’ and you offer me such calmness when I see you on wordpress and read your lovely comments.

      • I’m more then delighted to bring you some calmness, we all need that in this chaotic world! Thank you for your kind words, means a lot to me, will hold it close to my heart! May you have a beautiful week my dear friend!~Eva

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