People in Paintings
There is something about people being hand in hand that is universal. It’s a thing that unites us. As a youngster in the first grade of elementary school, some are taught to pair up and proceed to our destination, not ever alone.
Even when not holding hands, the shoulders may touch, creating the same type of closeness.
People are social beings, though there are times in life when we need to be with ourselves, to learn who we are before we are able to present ourselves to others.
We require our personal space, and some more so than others.
As one of the people who need more time alone than others, there is still a small empty spot within that never gets filled. But why would I worry over such a fine point. I doubt anyone will lose sleep over it.
The reverse painting on glass you can see posted on this sit is an accumulation of my artwork over the last seventeen years or more.
To see more of my artwork in reverse painting on glass, please click on the photos to take you to a few of the pages of my website.
People in Paintings keep things interesting and relatable. After all, how many times do we look at paintings of people we never even knew or will know? I believe it’s all a matter of how we can relate to what we are looking at.
I worked with a man who wanted to turn this painting around so he could see the faces of the two people in the painting. That does, I suppose make sense on a normal persons level.
A friend of my grand-niece playing for Copper City.
A reverse painting on glass of my husband and myself.
Somewhere I would like to be.
A young lady named Rachael, whom I have much admiration of. Last year she ran for the Vernon Verona Sherrill track team, and as you can see, is a formidable force to be vying against.
Judy Garland and Ray Bolger in a classic.
When I began painting on glass, I was afraid to paint people. They might be insulted. I did several pet portraits, and never got bitten or snarled at, so somewhere along the line, I guess I got over it. Please feel free to browse through my web site to view more of my people in paintings!
Just for a little fun, I am throwing in some old western paintings. With television what it has become over the years, I no longer choose to participate in watching most of it. No one loves a good movie more than I do, but there just aren’t many of them.
What I enjoy is a movie that tells an interesting story. I have nothing against humor either. Yes, Throw a little bit of funny into that story.
Apparently the 2013 version of The Lone Ranger really flopped at the box office. I really did not understand why. Other than children between 15 and 18, the newer version could be enjoyed by anyone. And I only count out the younger people because they seem to be more interested in other things such as their cell phones. You can’t please every one, but comedy is comedy, and Johnny Depp nailed it!
This was not an old western painting, but many of the characters in it were from old westerns. Many people who have seen this reverse painting on glass have tried to identify the people in it. So far, only one lady got them all, and that was because my husband was standing next to me, as he stands next to Marilyn Monroe in the painting.continue reading