Deb Owen did the wonderful dragon, above. Deb has 3 beautiful daughters from China. The two older ones have done summer theatre in the past and this year, I got the youngest, Ellie. I have know Ellie since she was a tiny little thing and it has been a treat to watch her grown up. She is doing a great job singing and dancing and is quite a character.
The Klimt lady was hooked by Mary Jo Lahners of Lincoln. Pris drew the lady and Mary Jo added many of the wonderful figures in the background that are so in the Klimt style.
The black horse is my project from the class. Of course, a black horse! However, this project was one of the first I did that was out of my more primitive color zone. I loved doing it, all with Pris' help of course. The tree of life mane on the horse is from another Klimt painting and the polka dot horse resembles a polka dot dress on another Klimt subject. The fish swimming thru the background, the Egyptian eyes, stars and staffs were all Klimt favorites.
Goodnight Gustav, it has been a long day.