By W.R. Jones
Jenny is one of my daughter’s friends I painted several years ago. Most of it is made up as I worked from a small snapshot. I had my daughter pose holding the scarf in an attempt to add some interest to the piece. I originally was going to have Jenny on the deck of a sailboat but had no idea what that would look like so I went to a rock wall instead. Those boaters are really a selfish lot. At the marina, every single person I asked if I could borrow their boat turned me down. And from the looks I got when I asked, I don’t think they were even giving consideration to the proposition.
This piece caught my eye this morning as I’m looking forward to a December cruise where I’m going to eat and drink my way through the Panama Canal. I was wondering if I should update my inoculations but figured if I don’t leave the lounge the mosquitoes will have a hard time finding me.