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The Ladies of Amy Abshier-Reyes
Working in oil and watercolor, she creates portraits of women whose fabulous fashion and hair-dos take you to decades past.
Amy Abshier-Reyes is an artist based in Kansas City, Missouri. Working in oil and watercolor, she creates portraits of women whose fabulous fashion and hair-dos take you to decades past. While most of her characters are flappers, or Edwardian ladies, her larger oil paintings are a little more surreal and have an aura reminicint of the Pre-Raphaelites.
Her wildy popular Etsy shop sells her ACEO originals and prints. Most of her portraits are incredibly small, they are like tiny fairy tales, mixed with fashion illustrations from periodicals you'd find at the turn of the 20th Century.
(She Was A Terrible Flirt 2.5 x3.5")
(East Texas Ophelia, 30x36")
(Posies for Polly 2.5x3.5")
(Dreaming of a Wild Life, 8x10")
You can visit Amy's blog here.