the frobly-mobly man flipped a coin Painting by Margaret Ann Withers

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Painting: Gouache, Watercolor, Ink, Acrylic on Paper.

The tiny houses and telephone poles in these paintings are often hidden in a chaotic landscape, where it seems that some cosmic change has just occurred, where the landscape has been been jiggled and this is what’s left - a tiny community held together or tumbling down. The story's that accompany these paintings are about the people within these tiny houses.

The frobly-mobly man flipped a coin yet both sides looked back with winking eyes.
His wife, ever tossicated, assumed it was the drink that caused the tie - that caused the argument to end -before it could begin again.


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the frobly-mobly man flipped a coin

Margaret Ann Withers

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