Miss Doodle's French Life - illustrated by her secretary, Andrea
Good Miss Doodle, Here is a link to Max's Kansas City, a haven for Andy Warhol across the Street from "The Factory"http://www.maxskansascity.com/index2.php enjoy pjc
Peter, I learn so much here, thanks so much for this link, as I was thinking about which Artist to choose next for Miss Doodle's Pop art homage, this is great research...And so interesting to read about this period and the artist and those who helped them getting along...thanks!loveAndrea
Very good. Is this the contents on your dressing table Miss Doodle?
Ms. Doodle's essentials look rather like mine - very basic. Perfume, a lipstick and cream. I always tell Sabrina - "if people can tell you have it on -- then you have on too much!" Cheers to the natural beauty of Ms. Doodle (and her secretary).
P.S. -- Ms. Doodle -- I do think you should research and experiment via "Peter Max" pop art style. Oh the colors, the flourish -- and his universal message of LOVE -- it would go quite nicely with your talents I believe. XO
Oh this looks great, wish it was the content of my bag. So sophisticated!hug >M<
I agree with Marianne. I have nothing like this in either my purse or on my bureau. However, I do have packed away a compact collection. I alos love perfume bottles. I also don't know what the rectangular box is in the middle. Anyway it all seems sophisticated and Parisian to me.
Ohh, Miss Doodle...all the tools of your trade! I love this drawing a lot! The composition is so wonderful and the colors great fun. What woman wouldn't love this nearby - even if she doesn't use them each day! :)Thanks Miss Doodle!
Hey Miss Doodle... looks like a x-rax from the airport in some ways... though that's not what I'd carry ;)funny story... the last plane I tried to get on here in Canada... was on my way out to Vancouver... checked my luggage and walked throught he security check... and do you know what I'd left in my backpack??? A HUGE KNIFE!!! I'd been camping the week before and I'd totally forgotten it was there... it slipped my mind!!! the guy who saw it on the x-ray and took my stuff aside and called me over... he took it out and sort of looked at me... I said "oh shit... I never meant to take that through here..." luckily he believed me and let me on the plane... I lost the knife though... that was pretty dumb in retrospect... don't guess Miss doodle would have those kind of problems from what she seems to carry as necessities!see ya soon andrea!
oh the colorful background makes these basics very "essential"...lovely painting...
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