A daylight interpretation, adding contradictory cast shadows to emphasize the white anger of the jilted Wilies, inspired by the midnight forest scene in the ballet, "Giselle", from the Deutsche Grammophon DVD of the 1969 production by Hugh Niebeling and David Blair. Crayola on paper, original, 8.75 x 11. Available as a print in sizes to 12" x 16". Available elsewhere here in several variations.
"Art is long, and time is fleeting." -- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (quoting Hippocrates, 400+ B.C./B.C.E.).
Watercolors of the southeast Missouri region, Arcadia Valley area. Thank you for visiting. I live in an area I loosely term "Brigadoon" after the Hollywood film by that name. Some say the area here in the Ozark Mountains, including the nearby highest point in the state, Taum Sauk Lookout, is reminiscent of the highlands of Scotland where the fictional Brigadoon story takes place. As in the film, Arcadia Valley also is not on the map and in our case there is even no town with that name -- it's just a place. I was born and raised here, studied and taught art at a nearby community college, received my BA in communications at the...
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