Original sketches are a very nice way to add a personal touch to your or a loved one’s surroundings.

Jazz Fairy by Emily Dewbre-Young
Jazz Fairy by Emily Dewbre-Young

Jazz Fairy!











Sketch by Emily Dewbre-Young
Sketch by Emily Dewbre-Young

Now I ask you, does she, or does she not look kinda like the girl from ‘Nightmare Before Christmas’? Well, in a way anyway.











Dragon Pencil Drawing

Mine! – A dragon appears to be hiding his treasure from prying eyes.









Nature and Wildlife Art, A Flower for Nana 1 Daylily – Flower pencil sketch for Emily Dewbre-Young’s Nana.











Faerie Queen Pencil Sketch. Ancient European folklore is full of tales of fairies or sidhe.Aominaea, Fairie Queen from the land of the Sidhe.









Nature Pencil Sketch, A Flower For Nana 2Flower – Still life pencil sketch. Nature, a Trillium for Nana by Emily Dewbre-Young.









Swooping Eagle
Swooping Eagle by Emily Dewbre-Young


An eagle swoops in for the kill in this wonderful wildlife sketch.









Flower For Nana 3 Pencil Drawing by Emily Dewbre-Young This Bearded Iris makes A third flower for Nana in this set of nature and wildlife pencil drawings













Momos Fairy Pencil Drawing by Emily Dewbre-Young Momo’s Fairy – A fairy (also faery, faerie, fay, fae; euphemistically wee folk, good folk, people of peace, fair folk, etc. is a type of mythical being or legendary creature, a form of spirit, often described as metaphysical, supernatural or preternatural.




Suna - Fairy sitting with legs crossed and palms open toward the sky. Suna of the faerie realms… This is the original drawing of the artwork that was used on the program cover and promotional materials for a production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” for Summer Solstice Celebration 2006 in Dallas at White Rock Lake Park.







Flower For Nana 4 Flower – Still life pencil sketch, A Spider Daylily for Nana.













“Every person is deeply creative. It resides in all of us. Creativity is like carrying on a rich conversation with your own soul.” – Sue Monk Kidd, author of “The Secret Life of Bees”

8 Responses to Sketches

  1. Damn Beautiful Work!!!

  2. Avatar Emily Dewbre-Young
    Emily Dewbre-Young says:

    Thank You!

  3. Avatar Christina
    Christina says:

    Emily, can you do a sketch from a photo? Also do you use only pencil or pencil/water colors, or charcoal for your sketches? Thank you

  4. Hi Christina and thank you for writing! 🙂 I have used water colors, colored pencils as well as charcoal for sketches before but pencil for me tends to be my favorite media to work in from a photo. Do you have something in mind that you would like for me to try?

  5. good drawings

  6. Emily that’s some good work you’ve done here

  7. I have been looking at your art work for a bit of time and u inspired me to draw at the age I am now so thank u

  8. u inspired me to draw at the age I am now so thank u