Snow White Dancing with the Dwarfs by Eric Dowdle
Published in 16″ x 20″ and 24″ x 30″. August 2020.
Canvas Edition Sizes in both Sizes: AP-10; JE-20; GP-30; SN-95.
Paper Edition Sizes in both Sizes: AP-10; GP-30; SN-95.
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Sometimes the best celebrations in life are unplanned. If people just start showing up at my house for no reason, the word gets out. Before long neighbors are in the backyard. People are texting and inviting friends. The party slowly percolates until somebody starts playing the music…. And then, a full on celebration breaks out, as some of the best and worst dance moves are displayed on the patio.
The evening goes on until we have worn ourselves out with what can only be described as an aerobic exercise of laughter and lunacy. This is what the scene of the Dwarfs dancing with Snow White feels like from Walt Disney’s first major motion picture: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. A slow discovery of fun that breaks into a celebration. Trying new things as they get to know the mysterious Princess. That moment bonds the characters together. It’s what I experience in my backyard when we let all of our insecurities and
pretensions go and just enjoy good company. Our status and achievements are not qualifications to dance, celebrate and have a great time.
– Eric Dowdle