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2410 West 2nd: 1951 By; J.A. George - Water Color on 9 x 12 Cold Press Paper.
The photo that inspired this painting is from the collection of Judy... more
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"2410 West 2nd: 1951" By; J.A. George - Water Color on 9" x 12" Cold Press Paper.The photo that inspired this painting is from the collection of Judy Perkins of Topeka, Kansas. It documents the day in 1951 that a neighbor man took Ms. Perkins, her mother and sister on a rowboat ride through their flooded home at 2410 West 2nd Street in Topeka, Kansas. Little Judy is peaking around her sister who is wiping a tear from her eye. Their Father was in another row boat in the foreground taking the photo.The original photograph had a sudden impact on me as I had a similar experience 42 years later in 1993 when again the Midwest suffered a great flood. Just like when Topeka became a victim of rain swollen rivers and tributaries in 1951 so too did Baxter Springs, Kansas become a victim in 1993. I was at a family reunion in Weston, Missouri in September 1993 when disaster struck. The Grand River authority in Oklahoma refused to open their flood gates to relieve the swollen Spring and Neodesha Riv...
Meet The GYPSY and Mad Hatter ARTIST ALLEY STUDIO & GALLERY features the art and artisan creations of International Award Winning Romani American Artist J.A. George AKA; The GYPSY and Nationally Known Award Winning Native American Portrait Artist Raychel George AKA; Mad Hatter MEET MAD HATTER: Mad Hatter is a hyper realistic portrait artist. She specializes in memorials. Mad Hatter often does charitable art. She also believes by keeping her prices reasonable it makes art available to everyone keeping on the forefront and available for generations. She often says - I love giving someone an image of someone lost as if it was an extra moment they could never have. - Her Artistic Portrait Creations flow onto paper from pencil, pen,...
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