And a Bumptious Christmas to you.


I remember him well, horrendous but hilarious!

This cracks me up when I see it Sylvia, it’s brilliant! A very happy Christmas to you and a healthy and peaceful 2021.

This is brilliant Sylvia. Very Quentin Blake like. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to you too.

Made me laugh too, super rear view of him riding the mountain road on a bumptious ride! Wishing you A Happy Christmas and New Year.

I jut love it Sylvia - well done!

Hilarious! Hope you have a lovely Xmas and a wonderful new year. It can't be as bad as this year, so the only way is up. Perhaps you will even get away on an art holiday!

Excellent Sylvia ! Best Wishes.

I've had a good laugh - well done Sylvia.

hahaa. Thank you Sylvia. Have a good Christmas, stay safe and all that and here is to a better 2021!!

Thank you everyone. Let’s “Bottoms up “ to a better New Year for all of us.

A familiar 'face'. Have a great Christmas and New Year.

Looks like he's getting a few chilblains. All the best Sylvia!x

This brought a smile to my face, have a wonderful Xmas Sylvia.

I remember him - very amusing! Best wishes for Christmas and the New Year.

Could only be yours Sylvia! Happy Christmas to you too.

The funniest card I’ve seen this year and a brilliant title. I hope your Christmas is a good one Sylvia and that your New Year brings you happiness.

This brought a smile to my cheeks! Happy Christmas Sylvia 😊.

That reminds me of a bricklayer i know, wonder if they are related Sylvia, perhaps he was on holiday, who knows! Brilliant and thanks for sharing this one.

Good humour Sylvia. Best wishes for 2021.

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Sorry guys I have resurrected him again. This guy actually passed us at a huge rate of knots on a mountain road in Keffalinia . I actually sketched him as he disappeared over the hills and far away. I added the titfer at a later date, and the robin.

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Sylvia Evans

Sylvia Evans. I am mainly a self taught artist, though I did spend a year at Rochdale School of Art in the late 1950’s. I was then made to get a “Proper Job” by my father, so I spent the next few years in a nursing career. I married and had a family, just picking up a pencil to amuse my…

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