Margaret E. Charron
“Iron and Lace”
For sixteen years, Margaret spent three months of each year in her little house in Florida.
When it was time to sell, and leave all her “Florida family” behind, she was motivated to paint some of her favourite still life pieces in and around her home.
She had one window that gave her lovely, lacy shadows and that was where she would set each piece in order to capture the double effect.
She found it took iron willpower to adjust and accept the hard decisions of life, but thankfully the lacy shadows remind her that there are two ways of managing lifestyle changes.
These pieces are part of Margaret’s sentimental “Iron and Lace” series.