Woman From the Train, Original Pastel over watercolor painting by Kim Novak

Woman From the Train

Woman From the Train, Original Pastel over watercolor painting by Kim Novak
Woman From the Train

 

Pastel over Watercolor Underpainting

 

Limited Edition of 350
12″ x 16″
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“Oh, to learn again what I’ve forgotten ‘bout this woman of mystery;I’d seen her then, yes, way back when, guessed she was an image from our history.He tried to show me, Dad tried to tell me ‘bout how to sort out roots of one’s family tree.But me, I didn’t want to hear then, youth too dear then, to learn ‘bout ancestry.'Mail Order Bride,' he said. Suitcase by her side, she stood waiting on the train track, too late to turn back.Where’d her man go? How’d her world go? Things I’ll ne’r know,If only I’d asked him, if only I’d listened - but time has moved on - as has the woman from the train”  ~ Kim NovaK Original poem by Kim Novak, actress and artist.  ©2014 Kim Novak. All Rights Reserved.If the poem’s text is too small for you to read, please click on it to view a larger version.

One thought on “Woman From the Train”

  1. This is excellent! She has a turn of the century quality.

    I am excited to discover your facebook page. I have been a fan of yours ever since the late 50’s and have done paintings of you and collages. I also have volumes of magazine articles and photos of you throughout your carrer that you are welcome to because of the various fires.

    I will collect some paintings to post.

    Michael Gibson

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