“Peggy’s Pentimento”

 

Another favorite done of late. This started out as an old oil painting of my very first instructor’s (Peggy Griffin). I had hung it on the patio at our old house and it faded almost to nothing. I decided to bring it back to life as a mixed media piece. There is a small part in the upper right had corner that I left as is – hence the pentimento.

Peggy's-Pentimento

3 thoughts on ““Peggy’s Pentimento”

  1. I would think she is overjoyed, not only that you continue to create artwork, but remember and honor her contribution so wonderfully!

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