Found drawing from my kinder years, encompassed by a photograph of garment trim . When i was a young child, a frequent visitor to our home would bring me art books to look at with them, talk about and encourage me to draw with different kinds of pencils-the likes of which, i had never seen before . They introduced me to classical forms of art and i am most grateful for that. It's just unfortunate how some people end up being made out of poison..ANYWAY...Here is my attempt to copy of one of the prominent figures in Georges Seurat's renowned "A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte".. sans pet monkey, for some reason.
• 100% combed ring-spun cotton (heather grey has 33% polyester)
• Cap sleeves
• Double-needle stitching
• Rounded bottom
• Colors piece-dyed and garment-washed for superior softness