I fell in love with the image of this cherub from an old Happy New Year postcard. I adore how the fabric flows around and down. To emphasize the blue of the sash, a blue velvet ribbon was placed down the left side of the canvas. Then the ribbon was overlaid with a length of lace and accented with pearls. Pale pink paper roses are held in the cherub's hand to accent the other pale pink flowers in the piece. A crowned bird flies away in the lower right of the canvas while the word "hope" is highlighted in the background. Another one of my favorite creations.
I'm Marian, like Maid Marian in Robin Hood, not Mary Ann on Gilligan's Island. By day, I'm a public relations professional. The rest of my time is spent as an artist, sometime poet, aspiring photographer, cupcake connoisseur, wife and mom. A Carolina Girl learning how to live as a Georgia Peach. I post on my latest creative endeavors, home decor projects and travels, being a working mom and what inspires me. I believe I'm creatively made and here to share my gift with others. I love all things pink, aqua, cream, girly, French and shabby chic. Vintage items, particularly ribbons, lace, millinery, rhinestones, German glass glitter, ephemera and Shiny Brite ornaments make me drool. Of course, my family, peonies, roses, bluebirds and chocolate also make me happy. Thanks for stopping by.
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