Piece description from the artist
Inspired by a photo of a young Tony Curtis, Jaime Lee Curtis' father taken early in his career.
The painting is painted on a bed sheet stretched over a salvaged window frame support that came out of a house remodel. It is a free standing painting, which means it could be displayed in the center of a room, set on the ground, as well as hung on the wall. The painting is about 6 inches thick.
You can see a time-lapse of this piece at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWYyyi-DSgw&feature=g-upl&context=G2a05f4fAUAAAAAAAFAA
Kelsey Foreman was born in Lake Charles, LA and raised in Slidell, LA. Growing up around New Orleans offered her the opportunity to grow as a creative person in all kinds of artistic media. When it comes to her work, you will find the pieces are as eclectic and diverse as the person creating them. Her approach is very much rooted in maintaining the integrity of the medium and the emotion she is feeling at the moment.
Kelsey studied Fine Art at the University of New Orleans and has an Associate’s degree in Graphic Design from Delgado Community College. She currently works as an artist doing commissioned work and freelance design in the Greater New Orleans area and runs her own company called "Cake Face Soaping.":http://www.etsy.com/shop/CakeFaceSoaping.