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Miss Coney Island ©2021, 22x28, 1915 Miss Coney Island is an abstract assemblage painting of a reclining woman...She dances to her own beat, living outside the mainstream, loved for her quirky ways. The title is a nod to the many years I lived in Brooklyn and attended the Mermaid Parade. *the parade is great fun, though more crowded today than when I used to attend and could get up close. Women and some men dress up in homemade costumes celebrating summer at Coney Island. | Mona Dworkin Lives Outside the Club With Mischievous Energy.jpg

 Miss Coney Island ©2021, 22x28, 1915  Miss Coney Island is an abstract assemblage painting of a reclining woman...She dances to her own beat,  living outside the mainstream, loved for her quirky ways. The title is a nod to the many years I lived in Brooklyn and attended the Mermaid Parade.  *the parade is great fun, though more crowded today than when I used to attend and could get up close.  Women and some men dress up in homemade costumes celebrating summer at Coney Island.

Miss Coney Island ©2021, 22x28, 1915 Miss Coney Island is an abstract assemblage painting of a reclining woman...She dances to her own beat, living outside the mainstream, loved for her quirky ways. The title is a nod to the many years I lived in Brooklyn and attended the Mermaid Parade. *the parade is great fun, though more crowded today than when I used to attend and could get up close. Women and some men dress up in homemade costumes celebrating summer at Coney Island.

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Mixed Media Paintings + Collage