Saturday, February 06, 2010

Jack's Screen



Jack has painted three double-sided screens over the years. All of them had three panels, but this is the only one with the rounded top on the middle panel, and it is my favorite! It stands in the corner of the new studio now, and it serves as the "changing room" for the model. We turn it around periodically, so that we can enjoy both sides. In the top photo, Violet is standing in front of it. On this side is the story of the Fox and the Crane from Aesop's Fables. In the second photo, Violet is peeking out from behind the screen. Can you see her? And in the third photo (which was taken at night), the story of the Fox and the Grapes from Aesop's Fables is seen. Walking into the studio and seeing this wonderful painting (paintings) makes me smile!


6 comments:

Mary Bullock said...

Beautiful! Both the screen and Violet too!

Laura said...

I love those screens and so glad they are being used... thanks for posting this..Love it :)

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Alia El-Bermani said...

wonderful idea, wonderful paintings, wonderful family!

Daniel Bejarano Casarino said...

Beautiful and perfect for an art studio!

Karen Winslow said...

Thank you, Mary, Laura, Alia and Daniel!!

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