This may surprise you. But I have been chosen many-a-time as the subject for portraits. I think it’s my daringly romantic life style. No perhaps my authentic charm? I clearly cannot be the judge in the matter, I fear my pride may be more outspoken than my humble imperturbable self.
But I say, let the art speak for me.
Upon hearing I, their star subject, was nearing a new age (er…hem, my birthday) I found myself (yet again) attracting fine Artists in the area.
The first portrait shows not only my exquisite choice in clothing and fashionable hair accessories, but my athletic abilities as well. Specificity my balance and natural climbing dexterity.
You will notice how the above artist portrayed my hair. It’s actually quite a common occurrence that artists relish in my roof top straight cocoa hair.
Do I lie? Also here…
I think I’m most often penciled in my triangular wardrobe. It brings out my figure.
Although one artist choose to draw attention to my other superb fashion choice- my shoes. And so for clarity and accentuate-ability they forgo my clothing in order to draw the viewers eyes to my feet… and my shoe like nose.
This was titled “Wearing Shoes to the Garden” with my son also wearing… shoes. I think this one shows an aspect of true living, in that my morning hair has perhaps a bit less of its normal peak.
But I’m not drawn only for my famed beauty. I’m also quite a sight to behold in action (Were you even surprised?).
You may have difficulties spotting me as battle tactics required me to use caution in standing out from my fellow comrades. Allow my acclaimed hand at a canon and renowned aim be your clue.
And so dear reader, I leave it to you to be the judge as to the WHY of my appearance in so many Art pieces.
But I find myself truly honoured, to be so loved that I am drawn, that I’m quite unaffected by your opinion.
I write this to you, the evening of my birthday were upon I find my self so incredibly blessed.
Artists, Elise D, Samuel D, Silas D, Jonas D, Pearl C.