ARTSPEAKS
Visual Stories by 
Jane Lawton Baldridge
Gallery Three

Azalea Princess

Digitalism, Computer Collage

47" x 47"
$1000

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A year in the life of a debutant.         

 

Canon

Digitalism, Computer Collage

18" x 24"
$500

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Real lace, real flowers, real telegram, real music
So many weddings so few good men

 

Double Helix

Digitalism, Computer Collage

40" x 40"
$650

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Watch what your children eat, children.

 

The Perfect Deb

A study of
Elizabeth McIntosh,
early years

Mixed Media Collage
40" x 40"
$700

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This piece explores my mother at an age that all I know about is from scrounging through her scrapbooks that were destined for the garbage. Her incredible beauty made it very hard for me to interrupt her picture as much as I originally intended.

 

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A study of
Ralph Bayard Baldridge,
college years

Gicleé Print
40" x 30"
$650

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My father never talked about college, or either of the wars. I know he was a prisoner of war long enough to cause some disabilities he never acknowledged. I never knew this man.

 

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There is always a struggle to
survive but it is usually a good
struggle. There was no right
in this fight.

Gicleé Print
40" x 30"
$650

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This work reflects upon Seabrook, Texas after the evacuation of Saigon, where war broke out between the local shrimpers (backed by the KKK) and the relocated Vietnamese boat people.

 

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A message in a bottle born upon the sea

Iris prints mounted on
canvas and merged
40" x 24"
Sold

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This piece is dedicated to the families who have survived by fishing for generations.

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