For the past 32 years I was only a bridesmaid/ flower girl for 2 weddings: my mom's wedding and my dad's wedding. It wasn't until last year that I was finally a part of this whole bridesmaid wedding extravaganza as an adult. I was first invited to be my friend Christina's bridesmaid, then my second wedding as a bridesmaid came just a few weeks later for my dear friend Jaime. This weekend I am honored to be attending my third wedding as a bridesmaid for my sweet friend Tiffany. That makes 3 weddings in just under a year's time!! Pretty exciting stuff!! It may have happened a little later for me, but I sure am thankful to be a part of something so spectacular. In October, my husband and I will be celebrating our two year anniversary, and I have to say I have never been happier. My wedding day was honestly the best day of my life. As cheesy as that sounds.. it is so, so true. So in the spirit of love and happiness, I wish love will find you as it has found so many of my close friends this year. Have a great weekend everyone and I will cya when after the wedding!!! "Here comes the bride...!"
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So here's the scoop: All you need to do right now, is sign into your fb account and comment on Lorel Lee's profile picture stating which print you like the best!! These prints are all "Artist Proofs" and not from an actual edition.
PRINT #1 is a drawing of a surrealistic set of legs wearing a short skirt titled "Thigh High". This print was created using a copper etching plate and ran through the print press twice. The underlayer color is a brilliant peach with a forest green overlay of the actual drawing.
PRINT #2 titled "Treyshville" is a photo etching print of a Trey Anastasio concert using photos that I took at the concert to create this double exposure effect.
PRINT #3 titled "Happiness" is a cartoon-like drawing of myself using the acid etching technique on a copper plate to create varying tones from a light to dark shade of blue.
Please go vote for your favorite print for your chance to WIN FREE ART!
One lucky winner will be selected tonight at 10pm and announced on this blog. Happy Commenting!!!!! -Lorel