Mary Whyte's painting "Lipstick." Here's what the artists had to say: "Alfreda's bathroom is big enough for only one person, so I had to stand in her bathtub to get sketches and photographs of her putting on her makeup. She kept telling me to hurry up because she was running out of lipstick."
Mary Whyte's painting "Lipstick." Here's what the artists had to say: "Alfreda's bathroom is big enough for only one person, so I had to stand in her bathtub to get sketches and photographs of her putting on her makeup. She kept telling me to hurry up because she was running out of lipstick." Submitted photo
Mary Whyte's painting "Lipstick." Here's what the artists had to say: "Alfreda's bathroom is big enough for only one person, so I had to stand in her bathtub to get sketches and photographs of her putting on her makeup. She kept telling me to hurry up because she was running out of lipstick." Submitted photo

David Lauderdale

December 29, 2012 8:25 PM

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