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About This Print

I went to a lunchtime concert on the campus at the university. On looking round I saw a stunning young woman sitting some way away. As I looked our eyes met and she looked at me without the coyness usually associated with people.

She was in the company of a man who was drinking from a pint beer glass. I formed a plan. Eventually, as I had hoped he got up and went to the toilet. I sprang up and walked over to Lisa. I showed her my card and asked if she would model for me. She said, Ooh! What's this

Three days later she called me and we did the work. She had just finished a course in genetics and left soon after to inherit a smart car and laptop at a prestigious company. Anyway, I was too old for her.

I could have painted this work with perfect blends including the imperfections and blemishes that are found on the face. I decided against this because, in my opinion, a picture looks good because it looks painted. So that you can see the pastyness of the paint.

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