August 23, 2021 – Delivering New Art to the Old Bakery and Emporium (across from the State Capital) Austin, Texas – ala Anders Zorn, Woman Dressing

Like my recently sold small 5×7 watercolor, “ala Monet, Girl with Umbrella” at the Old Bakery, this new work – “ala Anders Zorn, Woman Dressing” is also my own rendition of another older artist’s work, is 5×7 on canvas coated with Golden’s Absorbent Ground, and will also be for sale at the Old Bakery 😊

Softer than the classically impressionist work by Anders Zorn I chose to emulate, I’m pleased with how I adjusted the edges and sense of space, adding my own sense of the woman’s emotion. I love both versions, his and mine, and am just glad I could do some justice to Zorn’s true masterpiece, which has a luxuriousness and elegance I feel I can only touch upon, letting my own sensibilities veer my work as it may 🙏

My rendition then joins other work I have at the Old Bakery, including —

Lady in Paris 1889 ©Felipe Adan Lerma as seen at Old Bakery & Emporium Austin https://felipeadan-lerma.pixels.com/featured/lady-in-paris-1889-felipe-adan-lerma.html
Lady in Paris 1889 ©Felipe Adan Lerma as seen at Old Bakery & Emporium Austin
https://felipeadan-lerma.pixels.com/featured/lady-in-paris-1889-felipe-adan-lerma.html

Placed at the top of a case across from several tall windows, Lady in Paris 1889 receives the light it needs to reveal the layers of acrylic washes to their best; while below, in another case, two more of my 5x7s watercolor originals plus a print of Floating Butterfly show well placed lower!

Floating Butterfly Poster ©Felipe Adan Lerma as seen at Old Bakery & Emporium Austin https://felipeadan-lerma.pixels.com/featured/floating-butterfly-1-pen-and-ink-with-watercolor-felipe-adan-lerma.html
Floating Butterfly Poster ©Felipe Adan Lerma as seen at Old Bakery & Emporium Austin
https://felipeadan-lerma.pixels.com/featured/floating-butterfly-1-pen-and-ink-with-watercolor-felipe-adan-lerma.html

The Old Bakery & Emporium’s restored and preserved store front matches the rich wood interiors and limestone inside.

And being across the street from the Texas State Capital has always been a huge plus! ❤️

If every you’re in Austin, or live in or nearby the city, this is a great place to also visit – free! 😊

Old Bakery & Emporium, Lundberg-Maerki Historical Collection, City of Austin page http://austintexas.gov/page/lundberg-bakery
Old Bakery & Emporium, Lundberg-Maerki Historical Collection, City of Austin page http://austintexas.gov/page/lundberg-bakery

Please note: the Old Bakery itself has new hours

Wed-Fri 10-6
Sat 12-5

But their phone # 512-974-1300 has stayed the same 😊

Stay well everyone! Please consider getting vaccinated if you aren’t already. The death tolls are mounting. We can turn this around! 💕

Adan

Note: new hours may differ from those in tweet from 2019 above.
Phone # 512-974-1300 is current.
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Image now also available on Fine Art America 😊
https://felipeadan-lerma.pixels.com/featured/austin-texas-lady-bird-lake-mid-november-two-art-detail-poster-felipe-adan-lerma.html

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Thanks again, everyone! 😊

Adan

Artist self portrait - photo of Felipe Adan Lerma on converted railway track bike ferry for the Island Line Trail connecting mainland Vermont to South Hero on Lake Champlain.

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