She's Got You, Pastel, 18x24
Patsy Cline could sing the song, but PSST member Carolyn Hancock painted the words. Visually telling the story behind the song, “She’s Got You” won Best of Show on March 2 at the Art League of Fort Bend in Rosenberg.
Carolyn based the composition on a Patsy Cline song from the 60's, using the words of the song to portray a melancholy sadness. The painting flows from the woman’s face down to the ring “that you gave to me” and across to the main line: “I’ve got your picture, but she’s got you.” The single coffee cup completes the aloneness. Read the story behind the painting on Carolyn's website.
PSST Blog is written by Carolyn Hancock