Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Wedding Dress

I had a very small, conservative wedding 26 years ago on April 25th. It was a beautiful ceremony, but I often wonder what it would have been like to have been a traditional bride with a gloriously billowing, tiny bead studded gown; princess for a day with adoring subjects. Come to think of it, since I was a little girl, I've spent hours drawing "what ifs" and "if onlys"...ei. long long hair, skinny legs, many sisters and brothers or a face like Olivia Hussey's in "Romeo and Juliet". So, if I didn't/don't get to experience it in real life, at least I am able to indulge in my dreams while recording them on canvas. I don't know what happened to the dress (Gunny Sack) I was married in...but I have pictures. Maybe next, I'll do a pastel of one of my wedding pics. Soft Pastel on approx. 16 X 19" Colourfix paper.


Linda said...

What a great way to have the full fancy wedding experience -- and at a great deal less expense, too! This is beautifully done -- I love the movement.

shirley said...

Beautiful Lynne! I love the view that you chose - so dramatic.

Anonymous said...

Mom I was wondering if I could blow this up and give it to Maria for a wedding present?? I would pay u for it......It almost looks like her and her dress......just let me know.....allie

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