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This is a portrait of a woman in a mask. It is a watercolor painting. This woman is white with blue hair and blue eyes. She has her hair pulled back in a bun. She is wearing a large cream colored fur coat. She is wearing crystal white jewelry. She is wearing a cream, sequin jumpsuit. She is rolling her eyes. She is tired of the pandemic. She is wearing a mask because she has been told she will catch covid. She doesn’t really care how other people are affected by covid-19.

Watercolor on paper, mounted on wood panel



A little bit about the painting

Ivory Tower is a watercolor painting on Arches cold press watercolor paper mounted on a  cradled wood panel and varnished.
She is 24x30x2" with a wire on the back, ready to hang.
She would look gorgeous in a gold floating frame.


She downplays issues that don’t affect her, derides others and scorns others’ wishes. She is just so over this pandemic. Too often I've been her. Ivory Tower reminds me to be empathetic and use what I have for others. 

My work is focused on gratitude. I draw attention to the modern luxuries we enjoy to evoke a feeling of gratitude and contentment in our everyday lives.

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