Monday, March 16, 2009

Summertime Dress Up



This painting takes us back, back to the endless, lazy, carefree days of summer, days of long ago, before the world was such a frightening place. When little girls could be little girls, dressing up, playing, living simple lives. Before the days of cell phones and rock stars - when "dressing up" meant looking your best. Inspired in part by Sargent's painting The Daughters of Edward D. Boit, this is one of my favorite portraits. Oh, how I long for those long, lazy summertime days again!

This painting is available for purchase directly from the artist.


Two Little Girls in White
Pastel on Canson Paper
Mounted on foam core, with a double mat
Image size 17 x 17. Matted to 23 x 23
Ready to frame.
$100
20% will be donated to
Old Dog Haven Rescue

For more information or
to purchase email the artist
Email Della


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3 comments:

V. Bridges-Hoyt said...

This is just precious! You've captured that moment in time.

CarolChretien said...

Wonderful and nice variety for the blog...a ral standout!

dellartist said...

Thank you both so much!

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