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“Singing Butler” and more by Jack Vettriano

“It amuses me when I hear men saying it doesn’t matter what a woman looks like as long as she’s interested in politics or whatever. I think, ‘Yeah, right.’ That’s humbug. It’s the old madonna-and-whore situation. Men want a woman who keeps the house and looks after the kids on the one hand, and, on the other, a woman who looks like Marilyn Monroe in the bedroom, and you can’t find that in one woman. They see a woman turning into a domestic person and it spoils things.” Jack Vettriano  

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Umbrellas by Kathryn Trotter

“Trotter’s style would be considered to be an impressionistic, “impasto” style of painting.  She claims that after experimenting with many different styles over the years and enduring the artistic struggle to figure out what expresses her truest self, she has settled into her love for the palette knife.  The layering effect of thick paint coupled with the intentional pairing of colors that compliment brings excitement and energy to her work. ”  from www.kathryntrotterart.com

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