My Doodles

Since I was a child I’ve enjoyed art especially, drawing. I first drew the illustrations for my children book at age seven. It was a great time, I enjoy sketching birds, houses, trees, bodies of water, and farm animals. It is a beautiful thing to draw. Drawing lines, connecting lines into a beautiful picture. It’s really quite fascinating.

I also greatly enjoy watercolors. Especially watercolors that involve nature. I love how the colors in a watercolor fade into each other. It makes me think of sand on a beach just fading into the water.

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This specific painting I attribute to my grandfather who fought in the Chosin Reservoir of 1950. A bloody and terrible war where, in fact, the commander abandoned his men. I’ve read that the UN forces, which included Americans, were outnumbered, 10 to 1. What a horrible and atrocious battle.

Salted-Poppies-of-Spring
A canvas painted with a blooming poppy and a closed poppy in the dead of winter. Painting symbolizes The Chosin Few who fought bravely during the Battle of Chosin Reservoir Nov 26, 1950 – Dec 13, 1950. This commemorates my grandfathers brave fight as one of the surviving 385 soldiers.

Published by Maggie Kuhn

TBI survivor, florist, ebook author, inspired to encourage others through my writing. -Shoot for the moon, even if you miss you'll land among the stars.

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