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It’s as much a mystery to me as to you. A friend of this Ms. Monica commissioned the drawing, requesting the princess motif, the chalice, the libations and the caption. All the rest is my own invention and apparently I read Ms. Monica right. I must say, I like the way this turned out. I particularly like the Gaudiesque throne and the purple platforms, one kicked off. A kicked off purple platform pump speaks volumes, doesn’t it. Thank you, Al.  Happy Whatever, Monica!

Al sent me this email a few days later: “Monica loved her gift!  I got lots of great compliments on the gift.  Thanks again for doing such an awesome job capturing her.”

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13LittleHands1On the last Saturday in October, Little Hands Learning Center in Beverly  held a Halloween party in the school.  There were prizes for best costumes given in a larger room down the hall.  I was set up in a charming school room for pre-schoolers and only heard the applause.  I suspect, every child won a prize and that is what I saw as I drew them.  All fabulous costumes: lavender princess, Dorothy with her blue pinafore and red glittering shoes, strong man with upholstered abs, some comic strip characters I couldn’t name, and a family of three girls all representing some branch of the medical profession.  I drew thirty-six people in three hours.  Here are a few.

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On a very hot and humid day, the kids were inside.  I set up in two classrooms and drew a total of thirty-five five-year-olds in four hours, without a break.  That’s a lot of drawings –in full color.  But then, on 8-1/2 x 11, it goes fast.  What really helped was the super organization of the teachers. Each child handed me a slip of paper with his/her name and the activity to be depicted.  Princesses won hands down.  After that, it was skateboards, soccer and artists. ———————–

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This garden must be pretty big, because from the pavilion we could only see grass and trees and the occasional biker or jogger.  A perfect setting.  I’ve learned over the years of doing these events, that open space is very relaxing and puts everybody into a good mood.  We were celebrating the 4th birthday of a little princess all in pink with butterflies on the dress.

Thank you, Charlotte!

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