Dance to the Oboe Giclee Print
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Here is a Detail photograph of Dance to the Oboe
'Iris had a fantastic time at a concert that was especially for children in our local town. She heard the oboe playing Ravel and Dring. It started well. Iris was confident as we walked hand in hand from the car across a busy high street to the building. At first on my lap listening to the music she smiled at the musicians and then ventured further. When the oboe player asked if anyone had their dancing shoes on, she bounced up and down right in front of her with her pink shoes on and after the music had stopped she had a wonderful time dancing around the rest of the hall. Even when the other children were given their own drums and shakers, she coped by climbing on me and standing on my legs to get up high. She felt safer being able to see everyone from above and climbed back down when she could manage to join in; it was almost cat-like behaviour. When we arrived back home, paint flew all over a brand-new sheet of paper. Thula was, of course, relieved to have her girl back again and spent a long time inspecting this new painting; she was intrigued as the colour mixed on the paper: trails of green across red and a pale blue creating roots through the darker purple below.'
Here is an example of 'Dance to the Oboe' mounted and framed.