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The Santa Clause Series #3 Père Noël Painting

Philip Leister

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 40 W x 40 H x 1.5 D in

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Dr. Neil Miller: Scott, what was the last thing you and Charlie did before you went to bed Christmas Eve? Scott Calvin: We shared a bowl of sugar, did some shots of brown liquor, played with my shotguns, field-dressed a cat, looked for women... Scott Calvin: I read him a book! Dr. Neil Miller: What book? Scott Calvin: Uh, "Hollywood Wives". Scott Calvin: "The Night Before Christmas", folks, come on! Det. Nunzio: Name? Scott Calvin: Kris Kringle. Det. Nunzio: Name? Scott Calvin: Sinterklaas. Det. Nunzio: Name! Scott Calvin: Pere Noel. Babbo Natale. Pelz-Nickel… Topo Gigio! from ‘The Santa Clause’ (1994) Starring Young Frankenstein’s Monster (“I have died and been reborn. I can do it again, buster.”), Ma’am (Bicentennial Man), Shawshank’s Skeet (“Dr. Bumquist, do you think the anthropologist Margaret Mead's strange behavior of late could be explained by a private marijuana addiction?”), Eric Lloyd (‘Ooh-wee-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh-wee, Walk, walk, walk, walk, Ooh-wee-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh, Walk like a man’), Mrs. Anderson (Willow’s Buffy), Mr. Universe (“Wednesday, do you think that maybe someday you might want to get married and have kids?”), Det. William Rosewood (‘Life's the same, you're shakin' like tremolo, Life's the same, it's all inside you’), Ma Klapper (“Have you ever made love to a woman until she lost consciousness?”), Joe Somebody (“One minute you're defending the whole galaxy, and, suddenly, you find yourself sucking down darjeeling with Marie Antoinette... and her little sister.”), Judith Scott (Opportunity Knocks), and Scoobs (“Possible, my people live long and are celebrated poopers.”). Written by Leo Benvenuti (“I won't go out with Madonna again.”) & Steve Rudnick (“It's 'cause I'm white, isn't it?”). Directed by John Pasquin (Boo! - “Sorry, I meant ‘ass-guy’.”).

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

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Size:40 W x 40 H x 1.5 D in

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I’m a self-taught artist, originally from the north suburbs of Chicago (also known as John Hughes' America). Born in 1984, I started painting in 2017 and began to take it somewhat seriously in 2019. I currently reside in rural Montana and live a secluded life with my three dogs - Pebbles (a.k.a. Jaws, Brandy, Fang), Bam Bam (a.k.a. Scrat, Dinki-Di, Trash Panda, Dug), and Mystique (a.k.a. Lady), and three cats - Burglekutt (a.k.a. Ghostmouse Makah), Vohnkar! (a.k.a. Storm Shadow, Grogu), and Meegosh (a.k.a. Lenny). Part of the preface to the 'Complete Works of Emily Dickinson helps sum me up as a person and an artist: "The verses of Emily Dickinson belong emphatically to what Emerson long since called ‘the Poetry of the Portfolio,’ something produced absolutely without the thought of publication, and solely by way of expression of the writer's own mind. Such verse must inevitably forfeit whatever advantage lies in the discipline of public criticism and the enforced conformity to accepted ways. On the other hand, it may often gain something through the habit of freedom and unconventional utterance of daring thoughts. In the case of the present author, there was no choice in the matter; she must write thus, or not at all. A recluse by temperament and habit, literally spending years without settling her foot beyond the doorstep, and many more years during which her walks were strictly limited to her father's grounds, she habitually concealed her mind, like her person, from all but a few friends; and it was with great difficulty that she was persuaded to print during her lifetime, three or four poems. Yet she wrote verses in great abundance; and though brought curiosity indifferent to all conventional rules, had yet a rigorous literary standard of her own, and often altered a word many times to suit an ear which had its own tenacious fastidiousness." -Thomas Wentworth Higginson "Not bad... you say this is your first lesson?" "Yes, but my father was an *art collector*, so…"

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