Artist Malenda Trick’s paintings from before 2000 are finally here. This is the first of many paintings by Artist Malenda Trick from pre-2000 that will be featured on her blog, The Rennaissance Woman. Stop by the blog and sign up for notifications so you don’t miss any other pre-2000 paintings!
While living in Nashville Malenda continued her career as an Artist. She painted nonstop and soon became a leader in portraits. This picture is only one of many portraits that she did before 2000. She was lucky to have know, (at the time) Tennessee Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn. Over the years, Marsha became US Senator Marsh Blackburn. But her beauty has not changed for Senator Blackburn. Senator Blackburn keeps fighting for her constitutes and supporting the arts.
The portrait is truly amazing in terms of quality and detail. The completely different looks of the face in each portrait gives each subject his or her own character and presence. The flow of the lines leaves the imagination of the patron inspired of what the subject of the portrait can do. Senator Blackburn has certainly done much for the state of Tennessee in the years since this portrait was done. In the future there will be posts of more prominent subjects to include President George W. Bush.
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