“Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what’s going to happen next. Delicious ambiguity.” – Gilda Radner
Over at WetCanvas this weekend, Harry challenged us to do something with this design.
Sure….. I have no problem with that. First, meet Bunuel.
And then, see the results of my challenge. This was so much fun!!
It’s 8″ x 10″ All Watercolor.
About Gilda Radner
The endearingly goofy American comedian Gilda Radner was the first actor cast on “Saturday Night Live” and stayed with the show for six years, creating such beloved characters as Baba Wawa, Emily Litella, and Rosanne Rosannadanna. She was born in Detroit in 1946. After she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in the late 1980’s, she wrote “It’s Always Something,” a book about her experiences. Her widower, Gene Wilder, founded the “Gilda’s Club” national support group after her death in 1989.
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