First Night Design | “Tell you what we’ll do,” she said. “We’ll drive to town and…”


Beached Dinghy @ Sarah Vernon
Beached Dinghy @ Sarah Vernon

“Tell you what we’ll do,” she said. “We’ll drive to town and get some pickles, and some bread, and we’ll eat the pickles in the car, and then we’ll go to the station and get Daddy, and then we’ll bring Daddy home and make him take us for a ride in the boat. You’ll have to help him carry the sails down. O.K.?”
― J.D. Salinger, Down at the Dinghy

Original photograph by Kiran Valipa from Unsplash.
Textures 2 Lil’ Owls

Available at the following galleries:
Redbubble
Crated
Zazzle US tba
Zazzle UK tba
Fine Art America
Fine Art England
Saatchi Art tba

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah

16 thoughts on “First Night Design | “Tell you what we’ll do,” she said. “We’ll drive to town and…”

  1. Good heavens, Sarah, it looks so real. The textures are so rich they’re nearly tangible–and that’s seeing from the other side of a computer screen! I’d love to see your work up close and personal. No doubt I’d be lost for a deliciously great length of time.

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  2. Reblogged this on Don Charisma and commented:
    Reblogging this as part of my “ART Reblog Day”

    Last but not least …

    Sarah has shared digital art

    In your own words – “I love the sea and everything that pertains. This is a digital art piece I created recently, Beached Dinghy, which gives me an immense feeling of peace.”

    Thanks for sharing Sarah 🙂

    (Likes and comments are closed on DC.org, please do these on the original author’s blog)

    Liked by 1 person

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