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by Marlene Little
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Purchase a tote bag featuring the painting "Unnamed" by Marlene Little. Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder. All seams are double-stitched for added durability. Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.
This painting was the result of time spent reflecting on the last few months. These are difficult times for all of us. I found a reference photo on... more
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This painting was the result of time spent reflecting on the last few months. These are difficult times for all of us. I found a reference photo on Pixabay and changed it up by changing the background and the skin color of one of the hands. In the reference photo, they were both dark skinned. There should never be an issue regarding skin color. We’re all people trying to make it in this world. Someone looked at this painting and saw the colors of the rainbow in the background representing the GLBT. That pleases me because that’s a happy accident 😊
I am a self-taught artist. In 2004, I created my first oil painting and thus began my love affair with art. That first painting created a hunger in me that constantly needs to be fulfilled. My first couple of years I spent devouring as much information as I could through books and art shows. I enjoy painting with acrylics and oils and have a love/hate relationship with both. Oil was my first medium until I discovered how much easier it was to clean up with acrylics. They each have their own pros and cons...and then along came water soluble oils, the benefit of both worlds! I hope to broaden my horizons by attempting other mediums and adding them to my list of favorites. I am honored to have been accepted as a member of the Association...
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