Artfully Audrey: The Work of Sarah Ashley Longshore

22 Jun

In the interest of full disclosure, I think there is something you should know.  I love Audrey Hepburn.  Adore her.  Want to be her when I grow up.  Her style, her intelligence, her philosophy of living and her legendary kindness all inspire me.  So it will come as no surprise to you that I actually gasped with glee when I saw stumbled upon these paintings by Sarah Ashley Longshore.

Audrey With Tulip Peonies

For attractive lips, speak words of kindness

Audrey With Monarch Butterflies

For lovely eyes, seek out the good in people

Audrey in Paris

For a slim figure, share your food with the hungry

A Moment Between Moments

For beautiful hair, let a child run their fingers through it once a day

Audrey Underwater With Lilies

For poise, walk with the knowledge that you never walk alone

As you grow older, you will understand you have two hands

One for helping yourself

And the other for helping others

— Audrey Hepburn

Visit Sarah Ashley Longshore’s website to see more of her work and learn more about the artist.   Her work is carried by New Orleans gallery, Gallery Orange, they have fabulous taste in artists, check them out!

3 Responses to “Artfully Audrey: The Work of Sarah Ashley Longshore”


  1. Cure For The Mean Reds « Artsy Forager - August 16, 2011

    […] Miss Golightly herself, the fabulous Audrey Hepburn.  Yes, I know I’ve already done a feature on Sarah Ashley Longshore’s Audreys. But she’s been busy painting some new ones, so I think they deserve a second look.  And a […]

  2. Fashion Forward Art « Artsy Forager - September 12, 2011

    […] homage and poking fun to our culture’s obsession with fashion.  I’ve featured her Audrey Hepburn paintings several times on the blog, but she also has this fabulous series focused on fashion and […]

  3. It’s Like High School Without the Bad Hair « Artsy Forager - January 6, 2012

    […] OF THE PARTY:  Sarah Ashley Longshore Last Call by Sarah Ashley Longshore, acrylic on canvas with high gloss resin 48×60 ( via Gallery […]

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