Come into My Parlor Said the Spider to the Fly,
acrylic on Masonite, 12 x 12, Elizabeth W. Seaver
A lovely person bought this before it was even finished.
Our conversation went like this: She says, "So.....what are you going to do with that painting?"
"I might put it in the show at LibertyTown next month," says I. "Or I might put it up here at Water Street."
"So......what are you going to charge for it?"
I tell her.
She asks, "So.....what's the title?"
I think for a moment and say, "Well, it looks a little 'Come into my parlor said the spider to the fly.'"
"Sold!" she says.
And that's the way it was. Don't let anyone tell you titles aren't important.