THETRIANGLE.ORG – Paulina Malek:
Arielle Esdale, a junior design and merchandising student, will showcase her acrylics on canvas of portrait art entitled “Old Hollywood Glamour” at TONY, a chic boutique in Old City, beginning First Friday, March 6 and will run through March 8.

According to Esdale, the stars of that era were naturally beautiful and represent “the epitome of class: the way they talked, the way they dressed.”

The boutique will display approximately 20 acrylic paintings of Old Hollywood movie stars of the ’20s, ’30s and ’40s including Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Sofia Loren and more, as well as three abstracts.

I just wanted to mention that although Marilyn did appear in a couple of films in the very late 40’s, she was not considered an icon until the 50’s. Audrey Hepburn also became famous in the 50’s, not the 40’s. Click here to continue reading the story.


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