There is grace and honor in honest work that enhances the lives of the people around us. My days as a waitress were some of my happiest, and I couldn't resist the comraderie of these two waitresses in their colorful Spanish uniforms.
Spanish Waitresses was created by artist Carolyn S Allen in 2018. This art piece , which is part of the City and Village Scenes portfolio, is a Digital Art / Computer Art artwork. The style of this artwork is best described as Modernism. The genre portrayed in this piece of art is Cityscape. The artwork was created in Digital. The size of the original art is 13 (inches) H x 10 (inches) W.
Words which artist Carolyn S Allen feels best describe this work of art are: waitresses, cityscape, cafe, people, workers, Spain, Spanish cityscape, city scene, painting, digital painting.
Art has been central to my creative life from early childhood when I carefully saved the charcoal from our family wiener roasts of grapevines each fall. Charcoal drawings were my earliest ventures into art. Since then I've passed through numerous creative phases... from oil painting, to original etchings, to acrylics and watercolors, colored pencils, screenprinting, digital drawing and painting and again I'm choosing acrylic, mixed media and digital painting. I believe the message is central to a creative body of work... and my body of work is centered on nature. Understanding, learning from and enjoying the endless variety and beautiful colors, shapes, designs and vitality of natural landscapes, water and intimate studies of creatures. My art centers of issues of the day from what we love and admire, to how we survive in the wilderness in which we live... to how we are remolding the natural world. I hope you enjoy the stories behind my work and learn to appreciate nature in ever widening circles of awareness and understanding.
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