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Thornebury Glimpse

I've been locking myself away in the studio, working like a machine, and leaving many other things like that of a scarecrow... tired and dusty. With all the ideas hovering about inside my head, harassing and encouraging me unvaryingly, I don't see this ritualistic behavior stopping anytime too soon. But in lieu of this fact, there are a number of paintings to come that I'm excited to share with everyone.
Here's a glimpse of one of the pieces I finished about two weeks ago. Her name is Thornebury.

 (20 x 24 oil on pine panel)


Rosa said…
so talented!


My Stylish Little Secret much expression in the eye..I love it!

The Black Label
Alex said…
Gorgeous, baby...I can just stare at this forever!
Beautiful! I love the eyes.

xox Courtney Michele
Breakfast in Wonderland
Anonymous said…
fucking amazing work!
FashionJazz said…
Popping in to say hi babe!!! Hope you well! Miss you Mwah xx
Pepper said…
This is Beautiful

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