Framed Print Art - I don’t know who the artist is, because it was too far up the wall to investigate, but it surely uses the light source like the Maxwell Parrish school of art.  I am sure it was a print, because it would be in an art museum rather than an antique mall otherwise.  I find her fetching.  The frame certainly added something as well.

Framed Print Art - I don’t know who the artist is, because it was too far up the wall to investigate, but it surely uses the light source like the Maxwell Parrish school of art.  I am sure it was a print, because it would be in an art museum rather than an antique mall otherwise.  I find her fetching.  The frame certainly added something as well.

Ba Ba Boom  by_Lora8
Splattery and Grungy Traditional Artworks by Lora8
"Lora8 a.k.a Lora Zombie is an amazing Traditional Artist on deviant art. She is a member of DA from last 3 years and have uploaded a total of 402 artworks so far. Her speciality is grunge style and splatter filled traditional drawings and paintings. Visit her Profile and Art Gallery”

Ba Ba Boom  by_Lora8

Splattery and Grungy Traditional Artworks by Lora8

"Lora8 a.k.a Lora Zombie is an amazing Traditional Artist on deviant art. She is a member of DA from last 3 years and have uploaded a total of 402 artworks so far. Her speciality is grunge style and splatter filled traditional drawings and paintings. Visit her Profile and Art Gallery

LOVE THIS!  If they were around today, I would be seeing them at the WalMart.
Helen Levitt (American, born 1918),New York, 1988, 1988. Chromogenic print. 14 x 10 3/4 inches. Collection Miami Art Museum, promised gift of Charles Cowles © 2008 Helen Levitt, Courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery, New York.

LOVE THIS!  If they were around today, I would be seeing them at the WalMart.

Helen Levitt (American, born 1918),
New York, 1988, 1988. Chromogenic print. 14 x 10 3/4 inches. Collection Miami Art Museum, promised gift of Charles Cowles © 2008 Helen Levitt, Courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery, New York.