The Black Dress

Resa did another wonderful post using Holly and me as models in her  BLACK DRESS post. I’m so very honored and it’s so much fun. The dresses and shoes/boots are fabulous. She’s incredibly talented and THANK YOU SO MUCH, RESA!!!!

Art Gowns

Art Gowns Art presents a collection of black dresses.

The collection is inspired by this poem penned by Leonard Durso, and all my fave models from blog land. Click on the poem, and see it on Leonard’s blog. Have a visit and follow while you’re there!

The opening design and dress below are modelled by Holly from House of Heart.

Georgiann from Rethinking Life models the dress below.

Georgiann introduced me to water colour crayons, which is the predominant medium in this series.

Above is Marina Kanavaki from Art Towards a Happy Day.

For the finale, here above is Aquileana.

Art Gowns Art Black Dresses © Resa McConaghy

2019

🌟 Big Thank You to Leonard for permitting me to use his poem! 🌟

I enjoy all of the creative writing on Leonard’s blog. Some pieces are his originals, others are a glorious find he shares.

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24 Responses to The Black Dress

  1. cindy knoke says:

    I am so incredibly lucky! I have the best blogging friends in the world, like you, and Resa. Love to you both~

  2. Resa is so amazing! So talented and so much fun too. This poetry by Leonard is beautifully sigh worthy.

  3. Unbelievably talented – ‘incurably’ sweet and generous, a heart of gold! I’m inclined to favor the drawing you did of me but in reality, I can’t pick. They are all so very beautiful, so well done… Your strokes and your use of color…. ah, Resa, I’m in love with all of them!!!!! A huge hug and loads and loads of kisses to you!!!!!!!! xoxoxoxoxoxo ps goes without saying, a girl like Resa couldn’t have but wonderful friends, so greetings to all good people!!!! 🙂 🙂

  4. equinoxio21 says:

    So lovely. Words and art. thank you.

  5. She DEFINITELY has made a name for herself. I’ve watched some of the movies where she designed the costumes and they’re wonderful.

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