“Scarlett O’Hara” is a saucy Siamese, dressed in the green frock that wasn’t deemed modest enough for a barbecue… but it was perfect for man-chasing! Although she had scores of hapless suitors, including the dark horse Rhett Butler, she only had eyes for Ashley Wilkes.
“She raised her chin and her pale, black-fringed eyes sparkled …. with courage rising and made the plans that a sixteen-year-old makes when life has been so pleasant that defeat is an impossibility and a pretty dress and a clear complexion are weapons to vanquish fate.”
~ Margaret Mitchell, “Gone With the Wind”
“Scarlett O’Hara” is a 5″x7″ acrylic painting, on illustration board, that I donated to the 9th Annual “Art for the Animals” charity auction, supporting Guiding Eyes for the Blind.
Archival prints of “Scarlett O’Hara” can be purchased by special request