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Charla was inspired by the wonders of spring when she created this Name Portrait of
A bee gathers honey as a soul gathers light.
VICTOR HUGO b. 1885
...the bee loud glade.
WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS b. 1865
What do you suppose? A bee sat on my nose!
Aerodynamically the bee shouldn't be able to fly, but does!
MARY KAY ASH b. 1918
The busy bee has no time for sorrow.
WILLIAM BLAKE b. 1757
Here in their bright metropolis of flowers,
the banker bees are busy with their gold.
FRANK DEMPSTER SHERMAN b. 1860
How doth the little busy bee improve each shining hour
and gather honey all the day from every opening flower?
ISAAC WATTS b. 1674
The pedigree of honey does not concern the bee.
A clover any time to him is aristocracy.
EMILY DICKINSON b. 1830
This Name Portrait design began in pencil on illustration board. Other mediums used are pen and ink, color pencil, watercolor pen and embellished vintage pictures from the 1800's and early 1900's.
Mat colors for
are: double black or double cream or double golden yellow. The picture is a quality reproduction individually highlighted and signed by the artist. It is reproduced on acid free card stock, backed with foam core and packaged in a clear envelope with a description of the picture written on the back.
This Name Portrait will fit into a standard size 8 by 10 double mat or an 11 by 14 double mat. It is not available as a framed picture but will fit into the above standard sizes. This Name Portrait may also be ordered as a 6 by 4 1/2 greeting card with envelope.
8 x 10 dbl mat unframed
11 x 14 dbl mat unframed (+$10.00)
6 x 4.5 greeting card (NO mat) ($-22.00)
double golden yellow
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Name Portraits by Charla
P.O. Box 334, Winchester, VA 22604
© 2010, Charla Hayen