Drawing Of A Shoe, Lavender Ballet Flat, 8x10 Art Print, Midnight Blue, Light Purple - Free Shipping

A drawing of a lavender ballet slipper, reproduced on 8.5x11 archival paper. A print of small shoe in midnight blue and light purple - dreamy and still a little rough around the edges. My original drawing was created with purple artist board. Perfect for bedrooms or on a nightstand (will fit in a standard size frame) or as a surprise for your favorite dancer!•Archival Editions: Printed on Museum Edition Etching Rag. Closed Editions of 28, signed and numbered in pencilSmooth, White, Canson & Arches Infinity 310g/m2 Paper Size Measures: 8.5x11Includes a wide white border around image because my original drawing is miniature.•About the Materials:I carefully selected this etching edition paper because it looks incredible, is museum quality and will last for generations without alteration. Original color is preserved and lies beautifully on this paper.•Instructions: Archival prints may be handled gently around the edges and willship in a protective cello sleeve. Avoid touching the surface of the print or handle with cotton gloves. Please keep you new print inside it's clear protective sleeve until you are ready to frame it.•ShippingShips First Class USPS within the United States or by Airmail to international destinations. The surface of the image will be protected during shipment with a cello sleeve and rigid packing materials.꒰•̤ᴗ•̤✩꒱ Thank you so much for visiting Endless Drawings!Return to the main shop here: http://EndlessDrawings.etsy.com

Putin’s Olympics is preposterously outsized, but by the end of the Opening Ceremonies, it was hard to call it artificial. These Games at once over-reach, and super-deliver: The torch relay traveled to the north pole and into outer space, a journey so epic that it obscured the fact that it frequently guttered out. It extinguished no fewer than 44 times, and at one point an aide had to relight it with a cigarette lighter. Yet when it finally flamed at the Olympic Park, the spectacle was frighteningly large. And that effect is precisely what he is after.

“I try to tell my godson, who lives close to that area, what it was like — how there used to be a major prostitution ring on my street corner, crime and violence everywhere, It really was like ‘Taxi Driver’ in a lot of ways,” DiCaprio says, puffing on an e-cigarette, “And I’m not sure he believes me, It’s hipster central, totally gentrified, drawing of a shoe, lavender ballet flat, 8x10 art print, midnight blue, light purple now, The Waterbed Hotel?” DiCaprio says, “I don’t think that’s there anymore.”..

As we meander down this memory lane on a winter afternoon, DiCaprio talks about his long-standing fascination with the world of wealth and excess, subjects explored with manic energy in “The Wolf of Wall Street,” the actor’s fifth collaboration with director Martin Scorsese. The movie — which was nominated for five Oscars, including best picture and a lead-actor nod for DiCaprio — has drawn both raves and outrage over its exuberant depiction of the depravity of former stockbroker Jordan Belfort and his band of idiot scam artists at the Stratton Oakmont brokerage firm.

Some of the harshest criticism has focused on whether “Wolf” exalts the excesses it depicts, “Who am I to talk about this?” DiCaprio says, opening a second bottle of Coke and warming to the subject, “It goes back to that neighborhood, It came from the fact that I grew up very poor, and I got to see the other side of the spectrum.”, That happened when DiCaprio won a scholarship to University Elementary School (now known as drawing of a shoe, lavender ballet flat, 8x10 art print, midnight blue, light purple the UCLA Lab School), Each day, DiCaprio’s mom drove him 10 miles to Westwood, a short journey that crossed a great economic and cultural gulf..

“It was like this little Garden of Eden,” he remembers. “There was a park, and kids were playing in the sunshine, and everything was multicultural, everything was peaceful, every religion and race and attitude was respected equally. And if I went to play with my friends, I would drive to Beverly Hills and go in their backyard, and there’d be a waterfall there. I mean, a waterfall in the backyard? What the. …. “When I went back to the public school system,” DiCaprio continues, “it was like — boom! — this is reality. I got beat up the day I arrived because I had the attitude,” and here the 39-year-old actor shifts into a blissed-out hippie voice, “of everyone living harmoniously with one another.” He laughs. “That was the motivational thing that happened to me in my life. I was 15, and I said to my mom, ‘I want to be an actor. Please take me to auditions.’ Because I had to get out of that public school system.”.

DiCaprio attributes his success mostly to timing, He says we wouldn’t be having this conversation today if Robert De Niro hadn’t picked him from a few hundred young actors auditioning for “This Boy’s Life” in 1992, But from the start, he has kept his eye on the prize, typically opting for the challenge of a role, over the paycheck, (Right after “This Boy’s Life” and still in his teens, he chose “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape?” — for which he earned his first Oscar nomination — over the mainstream kiddie comedy drawing of a shoe, lavender ballet flat, 8x10 art print, midnight blue, light purple “Hocus Pocus.”)..

And while he did his fair share of partying as a young man, moments that were occasionally captured on camera, DiCaprio says he never has indulged in drug use, reinforcing the idea that, in the words of longtime friend Kevin Connolly, DiCaprio is a “painfully normal guy.”. “Never done it,” DiCaprio says about drugs. “That’s because I saw this stuff literally every day when I was 3 or 4 years old. So Hollywood was a walk in the park for me. … I’d go to parties, and it was there, and, yeah, there’s that temptation. Hollywood is a very volatile place where artists come in, and they essentially say they want to belong. It’s incredibly vulnerable to be an actor and also get criticism at a young age, when you’re formulating who you are. We’ve seen a lot of people fall victim to that, and it’s very unfortunate.”.

DiCaprio relates these stories, he says, not to give anyone a song-and-dance act about his roots or change anyone’s perception about him, There have been times over the years when DiCaprio has asked Scorsese if a certain theme in a picture they’re making should be made clearer for the audience, In “Wolf,” it came during that crazy Quaalude scene, when Jonah Hill’s drawing of a shoe, lavender ballet flat, 8x10 art print, midnight blue, light purple character chokes on a piece of ham and, for a brief moment, DiCaprio’s Belfort considers not doing anything to save him..

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