“Art transforms and personalizes the places where we live and work. Art can evolve lifeless interiors– homes as well as offices– into unique, beautiful and engaging environments.” – Alan Bamberger
Woman With Pipes – Chalk. Euterpe was one of the nine muses of Apollo and known as the “Giver of Delight”. She is the Muse of Music and some say she invented the double flute! SOLD
Owl – Colored Pencil. Throughout human history owls have been depicted in many works of fantasy, myth and legend. In Celtic folklore, the most well known myth featuring the owl is in the story of Bloudeuwedd, contained in the Mabinogi.
White Horse – Stories have been told about people who travelled to the land of faeries on white horses. Seers would warn such travellers not to dismount or else they may be left behind there for seven years.
Tribal Tat Dancer – Tribal bellydance style uses the classic movements and music of traditional Middle Eastern bellydance with an improvised cue and follow system. The costuming is usually an eclectic mix of attire with influences from the Middle East, India, Central Asia and North Africa.
Showgirl – This classic style of performance has a rich cultural past from its origins in burlesque, vaudeville, old western dance and music halls, the French cancan, comic opera, Broadway, the speakeasies of the prohibition years and from nightclubs to movies.
Cloud Dragon – Inspired by dragons of the orient, he flies among the clouds on a red background. 12 x 12 unframed heavyweight paper colored pencil drawing signed Dewbre.
Flowers In The Rain – 12 x 12 unframed heavyweight paper colored pencil drawing signed by the artist, Emily Dewbre-Young.
Moon and Wolves 12 x 12 unframed heavyweight paper colored pencil drawing signed Dewbre.
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” – The United States Declaration Of Independence, July 1776