I couldn’t be more proud and delighted to announce that my sister, Deb Farrell, is the featured artist in the latest issue of Longridge Review. As is custom, a Q&A with the artist accompanies the work, but as is not custom, little sister got to ask the questions. Editor-in-Chief Elizabeth Damewood Gaucher elegantly and aptly paired Deb’s pieces with the essays published this month. I’m also shining a spotlight here on Victoria Waddle’s “A Bowl Full of Jelly,” which undid me without me realizing it. Please do take a look and a read. Deb, as it happens, is driving up here tomorrow and will help my five-year-old son create something for the Thanksgiving table. He has no idea how lucky he is, but I do. Happy Thanksgiving!
Congrats on your sister’s artwork. I could see two children in blue in her drawing, surrounding by the orange colors of fall like pumpkins and leaves.
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