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by Sean Connolly
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Our premium yoga mats are 24" wide x 72" tall x 0.25" thick and made from natural rubber with a blended microfiber top surface. The top of the mat has the image printed on it, and the back is solid black with textured dimples for better floor grip.
This charcoal pencil on paper artwork was completed Dec 24, 1988.
. . A brief history in time - Sicily, circa 1915:
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This charcoal pencil on paper artwork was completed Dec 24, 1988. . . A brief history in time - Sicily, circa 1915: Matriarch of my wife's family, this is her grandmother Maria at approximately age 3 with her mother and baby sister. She survived a hard-knock childhood, as her mother and sister both shortly after died and she grew up in a tough Sicilian orphanage. At age 18 she finally left that place. Her father, who had since moved to, and remarried here in America, sent for her. With a deathly fear of water, and without knowing a soul onboard, she alone sailed the Atlantic Ocean to the United States. Met at Ellis Island by her father, she now lived with her NEW family in a NEW land in the North End of Boston. Two years later she met the love of her life, got married, settled in East Boston, and begat a large, loving family which eventually begat the love of my own life. Maria lived a long, happy life thereafter in that same Eastie triple-decker. She died on August 11, 2003 at the age...
hope you enjoy, thank you for your time. particulars: oil paint on canvas; charcoal pencil on paper; pyrography in basswood; oil pastels on paper, and acrylic on walls (murals) - squinting whilst viewing encouraged!
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