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Saturday, July 11, 2009

'Moonlighting' Vintage Witch Folk Art Painting - NEW !!





She has a pretty face. The Moon is scrubbed
in with a damp sponge. The stars are srubbies too. The background color is purples and white
with a medium blue on top. The semi-opaque black
lets the background colors show through a
little. Its a big 30" tall Vintage recycled Cabinet
Door. Like it??

3 comments:

Flor Larios Art said...

Yes, I like it! Her enlarged body and the contrast between the blue and the black of her dress...

Julie-ann said...

She's awesome!

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