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From Cradle to Grave: The Color White V
The Bride by JParadisi 11″ x 9″ oil and graphite on paper 2010 In Western culture a woman wearing white so often represents purity that it is easy to imagine the paint itself having that squeaky-clean reputation as well. But … Continue reading
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Cradle to Grave: The Color White IV
Mean Girls (First Communion II) by JParadisi oil and ink on paper 2010
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From Cradle to Grave: The Color White III
Little Girls in White Dresses (First Communion) by JParadisi 13″ 11 1/2″ oil and charcoal on paper 2010 Little Girls in white Dresses (First Communion) is available for purchase through the Anka Gallery.