Wordless Wednesday: Heart in His Hand, Pamela Edevold

Heart in His Hand by Pamela Edevold; acrylic on panel; copyright belongs to the artist; used with permission

I know this is a “Wordless” Wednesday post, but I can’t help adding a few words. The artist that is featured this week, Pamela Edevold, is the sister of my very good friend from high school. Her work is amazing! And I was thrilled when she gave me permission to use one of her pictures for this week’s post.

You can see more of it in her portfolio at the link below.

Pamela Edevold, Artist

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Leenie Brown fell in love with Jane Austen's works when she first read Sense and Sensibility followed immediately by Pride and Prejudice in her early teens. As the second of five daughters and an avid reader, she has always loved to see where her imagination takes her and to play with and write about the characters she meets along the way. In 2013, these two loves collided when she stumbled upon the world of Jane Austen Fan Fiction. A year later, in 2014, she began writing her own Austen-inspired stories and began publishing them in 2015. Leenie lives in Nova Scotia, Canada with her two teenage boys and her very own Mr. Brown (a wonderful mix of all the best of Darcy, Bingley and Edmund with healthy dose of the teasing Mr. Tillney and just a dash of the scolding Mr. Knightley).

2 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Heart in His Hand, Pamela Edevold”

  1. I love her work. I know genius is a word thrown around a lot, but this truly is pure genius. I always half expect the subjects to step off the canvas and start talking. The colors are wonderful, and I love that endearing, good humored, and engaging little smile. It is so incredibly real. If anyone hasn’t yet seen her portfolio, please go and look at it. This talented artist should be someone that everyone knows. I would love to be able to have one or ten or twenty of her pieces on my walls. If Elizabeth Bennet were alive today, this could be her portrait.

    1. I would agree with the use of the word genius. 🙂 She has an exceptional talent. Her pictures look like they are photographs — so realistic, much like the painters from long ago that I have posted here. There is life to the images that really draws you to them.

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