It's 1980 in New York City and she waits at the theater for the arrival of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber. I did finally meet him when I attended his many Broadway productions. I have to tell you when he selected Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman to preform in Les Miserables, they really represented his work the best in my mind. I did stay after the production ended. I have all the autographs stored. I lived at a great brownstone on 73rd and 3rd avenue . I worked at 33rd and Madison, so I could walk to work a different way for many months if I chose.The Theater district was my favorite area to visit when I worked for Norcross Greeting Cards. I would be given tickets to bring clients, so you can only imagine....what did I not see, on or off Broadway? Not much.
Original piece: India ink with pen and acrylic ink applied by brush on 500lb cold-pressed paper.
Purchased print is a limited-edition, professional glicée print, rendered on high-quality archival matte paper. The glicée print realistically displays the textures associated with pen and ink art. The standard print includes a sizable white border surrounding the artwork (as displayed in the image above). Matted pieces are prepared with one inch of matting on the top, left, and right, with two inches of matting at the bottom. Approximately 1/8” of the white border remains along the matte’s edge on the top, left and right. The title of the artwork and Sallie’s signature are visible along the bottom of the print.