DescriptionThis is a painting of one of my daughters when she was much younger. I always loved the way she would look over her glasses instead of though them. This original painting is 3D with canvas dipped in primer and arranged as her hair. Her knees and hands also come out of the canvas quite a bit. It portrays the innocence of this age and how sweet it is. She is around the age of 7 or 8 in this painting.
Penny Pausch, Jonesboro Member Since February 2012 Artist Statement I grew up way back in the hills of Missouri (U.S.). I was a country girl and loved every moment of it. My sister and I did not have many toys and so we played outside on trees and other things in the woods and learned to use our imagination. This has become an asset to me. I knew by the 5th grade that I wanted to be an artist more than anything else. I like to paint, sew, minipulate objects so that they are interesting, cook, and write poetry. One of my goals is to write a poetry book and illustrate it. I recently have gone back to college after 17 years of raising my children.