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.
Titles and delightful stories. Congratulations! It's obviously irresistible.
Awesome:)Love the colors:)
Katherine! Thank you so much. How nice to have a visit from you here.
Hi, Monica and Andrea: I'm glad you like them. It is a bit of a new and accidental palette which I am really growing to love.
That is one fine flamingo!
Hah. She thinks so too!
So what, we should all start hanging out at Water Street Studio so we have a chance to go home with
some hot-off-the-easel cutie like " Come into my Parlor"?
That would be my recommendation, but then I am partial to the place! Glad you like it.
I just love visiting your page! It is always fun and inspired!
Nice post! Thanks & Welcome for your comment and visit to my blog.
Have a nice day! Cath.
Hi, Barb: What a nice compliment. Thank you so much.
Cath: I appreciate your visit, too. Thank so much.
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