Folk Scene: Ally Shrimpter"
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Medium: Acrylic & latex on wood
the mid-1960s when music was terrible, Ballard had a vibrant scene
for folk music. Finger snaps were heard around the block as lit-types
crowded themselves into bars to smoke jazz cigarettes. Pictured
here is Ally Shrimpter, a promising singer born in Seattle. Shrimpter
eventually moved to Akron, Ohio to further her career. Unfortunately
things went south and Shrimpter began working at the Goodyear
Tire factory. This is a true story, but very boring as well.
painting is part of the show: The Alligator, the Crocodile,
Laughs, Lies & Some Great Things of the State of Washington
at the Crocodile in Seattle, WA.
You can request a variation of this
painting in regards to size, color
and image by using the contact
Colors on all of these paintings may
vary slightly. Use the contact
if you're particular about that sort of thing.