Thursday, July 24, 2014

60s Portrait Paintings Naming Help Needed

About a year ago, I spotted a vintage portrait painting at the Tulsa Flea Market and had to have it. She has this strange look that makes me think of Dark Shadows. The people selling her told me they used to keep her on their bathroom wall. They called her Sheila. They decided to sell the painting because it was creeping out the guests who visited their house.
After hanging Sheila on my living room wall, I knew I needed to add more portraits. I continued searching for vintage portrait paintings from the 1950s and 1950s. The second portrait I got is a pastel that I received as a Valentine's Day gift. I named her Dot.
My sweetheart is good at helping me find portraits to add to my small collection. Last weekend, he found two more of them at a great vintage shop in Tulsa called Retro Den. Now that I have four of them, I guess you could say I've officially started a collection. The wall looks much better now that it's not so blank.

So let me introduce these two lovely new ladies.

This lady in pink is a 1960s oil painting. She looks like she has had lip augmentation, but I don't think people did that back then!
The next one is a pastel. She's wearing a lovely aqua dress with a matching flower pin. I love that these two new paintings are in pink and turquoise, a perfect match for the color scheme in my house. Here's where I need your comments. Help me think of names for the the lady in pink and the lady in turquoise. Any suggestions?


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