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I absolutely love both of these. The body-painting painting is the first thing you see when you enter my house, and everyone who has seen it absolutely loves it. The portrait of Hugh is just perfect...he was one of the best actors I have ever personally known, and the light in his eyes is captured perfectly in black and white...which is a real feat. Thanks again, David.
Toggle Commented Apr 1, 2014 on Commissioned portrait. at Pretty On The Outside
It's so cool to see you on this show, and I felt so cool as I pointed you out on my screen to my partner while simultaneously pointing at the painting you did on my wall. You deserve all the success you have and more, David!
I'm so glad for the update, and to know he's still FABULOUS.
Toggle Commented Aug 19, 2013 on My nephew at Pretty On The Outside
That's gorgeous!
Toggle Commented Jul 17, 2013 on New Painting at Pretty On The Outside
I love seeing that "sold" sign on the one I bought!
Toggle Commented Jun 25, 2013 on New paintings! at Pretty On The Outside
Absolutely stunning!
Toggle Commented Jun 15, 2013 on New painting at Pretty On The Outside
Terrific! The next step is to watch yourself on TV and create a caricature of yourself in Mac cosmetics and sell it on Etsy!
Robert, Those people were my sister-in-law's parents. The report of what Elaine said to Dave while he was shooting her is total fiction, and the Wakefield Police Department and the DA's office has said as much. The fact that this ridiculous story of her "taunting" him while he was murdering her is so stupid, so badly-reported, that I want to take every "reporter" (including you) to task for repeating it. Even if Dave had said that his wife shouted that at him, he's an admitted murderer. Why should anybody take his word as fact? Why should you take, of all things, the Boston Herald's reporting of something that happened with no witnesses (save the murderer's) as fact? Elaine was a timid, meek, lovely woman who never had a bad thing to say about anyone. She might have been harsh when arguing with her husband, I don't know what happened behind closed doors. But there was breakfast on the stove when she was shot. I know because my brother and sister-in-law cleaned up the kitchen. She was taking care of him, and had for over a year since he fell and broke his hip. She had to help him bathe, dress, and go to the bathroom. Why would someone "taunt" a loved one who was trying to kill her? Honestly, you and every other "reporter" need to step back and think about what "facts" are, and what just make for stories to fill your papers and blogs.
I love your drawings and Real Housewives postings, but I have to say that the Martinique posts are my absolute favorite part of this site. Your nephew is incredibly lucky to have such a supportive family.
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