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.).
Thank you for visiting my Arcadia Valley Gallery Series Online. I am an artist living in my native Arcadia Valley in southeast Missouri, which I sometimes term "Brigadoon" after the mysterious, fugitive-like appearance and disappearance of the town in the Hollywood story by that name. I studied art and watercolor at a nearby community college, took a B.A. in communications at the University of California, San Diego and studied law and business at the Univ. of Arkansas, Fayetteville. My original paintings are in banks, offices, homes and funeral homes in the local area and prints of my work sell nationally; my art has taken...
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