An open exhibit of the art of Holly Jeanette Sharp. Enjoy!
posted by Holly Sharp at 11:18 PM
Are these pictures supposed to be grotesque and racist, or are you just an amateur painter who likes to colonize people less fortunate than you?
It is unfortunate to have to respond to the above comment...To whomever you are who enjoy getting on blogs anonymously to stay ignorant and outright rude comments, I am not one of you. I have a blog to share my art with my friends. I am sorry this is a public forum and you were somehow invited. As you can tell, I am offended by your statements. I spent 7+ weeks in Thailand this summer doing Tsunami relief and these precious children were some of the beautiful faces that impacted me. I love these kids.So to those who want to comment, say something nice, or go some place else...please.-the artist.
guess you don't like Picasso either "anonymous" or Gauguin. puh-leeze.
btw. I think these are gorgeous.
I really like your work. I think anonymous is lame and just mean.
I arrived here from a link to a link to a link anyway, I love these! I too have spent time in Thailand. Thanks for going to help in Thailand. My husband went to Sri Lanka just weeks after the tsunami, but that is not what I am wondering. What I'd like to know is are these for sale, what are the sizes and the price. I think you can link to my blog and email me from there if you do not wish to post the price here. Kindly,
That is really cool that you have been to Thailand as well. I find the people who have been there are able to see the beauty in these more than those who haven't. But both "Eddie" and "Dek Chai" are still available. I think they are 24x24 but I'll need to double check that. Unfortunatley "Tha-Rok" and "Namphoon" are claimed.
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