Luke’s great, great grandparents owned a carnival that traveled from town to town. Spin the wheel and you might win a bird in a birdcage.
Their son, Luke’s grandfather, preferred the high seas and became a merchant mariner, traveling from continent to continent rather than town to town. Eventually, the carnival was sold to Barnum and Bailey. Though Luke didn’t inherit the wanderlust, he definitely inherited the love of theatrics and showmanship. His great, great grandparents would be proud.
Watercolor Painting – The Carnival -commissioned by Luke’s wife, Carrie. Image 8″ x 12″ framed to 12″ x 16″. The painting will hang on the wall beside the player piano, across from the stand up Victrola (both in excellent working condition).
Limited palette: Burnt Umber, Raw Umber and a touch of French Ultramarine Blue.