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Posters are printed with a 5mm white border.
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Although the print survived surprisingly well, we recommend ordering new posters in preference to scrubbing them under a faucet.
Acrylic on canvas 38cm x55cm120 current views as of 25th July 2011
Traditional Art – HonorsSoJie 12, August 2011
My translation of the photograph ‘Long long lonely hours’ by QueenEnigma for the SoJie12long long lonely hoursby queenenigma
Waiting for you to find meby Samantha Aplin
woman, hair, roses, lonely, black, blue, water, waiting, searching, surreal
EXTREMELY dramatic ! EXTREMELY imaginative. I love your works. I am glad that we did collaborate. Thank you so much. And I am so grateful to you.
Thank you for allowing me to use your photograph, you have such strong images I would love to collaborate again in the future.
– Samantha Aplin
CONGRATULATIONS..YOU HAVE BEEN FEATURED
The photograph by Queen Enigma so captures waiting beautifully, your art interpretation of this is touchingly thoughtful..well done to both of you, a lovely collaboration.Sandra
Thank you Sandra
Absolutely fabulous, Samantha. Love the hair, and gray on blue. The chair caresses her with a pair of hugging “arms”, and then fades to merely an apparition. It looks as if she is could be pulling petals off, with “he loves me, he loves me not” (or maybe has waited so long, her flower has given up the ghost). The drama is commanding. Congratulations to you and QueenEnigma for securing your spots in Augusts’ SoJie 12.
Thank you so much Frannie, your comments are greatly appreciated as always.
excellent work…love the title and love the mood to this piece……calmness as she waits. Beautiful.
Thank you Lisa
Great Work :-)
This is such a wonderful piece! It is true to the source photograph but has the unmistakable ‘Samantha touch’. The red flowers are great both in respect to the narrative and compositionally, leading the eye to her heart.
Thank you for your lovely comments