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Original - Sold
12.000 x 12.000 x 2.000 inches
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Painting - Oil On Canvas
This painting was inspired by the Jefferson Airplane's song, "White Rabbit", and the culture of the time...it gave Alice in Wonderland a new meaning.
March 19th, 2017
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Gary F Richards
Outstanding capture and excellent artwork! F/L …voted in the MASTERS - SHE S GONE MAD contest
Jean Cormier replied:
Thanks so much Gary! I just sold the original last week! jean
Congratulations on your Top Finish in the contest Stop Look and Listen! fl
This brings back fond memories.....in the summer of 1968 I lived in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, across the street from “the Airplane House”. The band used to give free concerts in what we park dwellers called Frisbee Meadow. Thanks for sharing this image and reawakening ancient history !
Thanks, Douglas, this one was fun to imagine and paint...too many ideas in my head and sometimes I can't get started on anything because of that! Those from our era say the title brings back memories! You were fortunate to live where it was happening! jean
Congratulations on your Feature on our homepage! L and F by your administrator of the group as well.
THank you John, always an honor!
Congratulations, your creative and unique art work is Featured in the "Out Of The Ordinary 1 A Day" group! 3/31/17
Thank you so much Lyric!!
Brava Jean! Your artwork is featured in Women Who Run With the Wolves.
Thank you so much Sora! An honor!
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