The Gatsby Girls
During early 70’s, I lived in Bucharest Romania it was one of my fondest memories when my mother would give me money to go to the movie theatre by myself and catch an early matinee.
Living in a communist country current movies from democratic countries we’re not shown so people would have no idea how life was on the outside.
Many movies I watched on on television were from the The Great Gatsby era .
I remember falling love with seeing these glammed up ladies in the most beautiful dresses, and shiny pearls.
It was a time I will always
|Date:||April 15, 2021|
|Technique:||Acrylic on Canvas|
|Styles:||Fine Art, Figurative|
|Contents:||Person, Human, People, Portrait, Women|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Unframed Size:||24in x 18in|
Vancouver, British Columbia
Since a young girl, Asiza has been drawing and painting the female form and never understood why.
At 35, Asiza's parents shared the family secret that she was adopted and has an identical twin sister.
Asiza realized her art was her way to stay connected with her twin.
""I was 35 years old before discovering I had a twin sister living half a world away. I paint to share our story of longing, reconnection, and compensating for lost time.""