On Displaying Elegance

A Frank Angle posted his pics of this fabulous Rosemary Clooney mural that lives in Cincinnati. Check it out! Thanks Frank!

A Frank Angle

It’s an elegant lady ….

… wearing white glove at the end of her bare arms.

She catches one’s eye other ways …

Her voices captures your attention as she sings …

She displays elegance, beauty, and charm as she sings with confidence

Greetings Rosemary Clooney (1928-2002)

Through Swing Around Rosie, ArtWorks honors a local legend who went onto become an entertainment star – Rosemary Clooney. From a small town about an hour from Cincinnati, she came to the city and made a name for herself, then moved on to be a film and recording star in the 1950s and 60s. Yes, George is her nephew.

ArtWorks is a unique non-profit organization that employs and trains local youth to create art in the community. To date, ArtWorks is responsible for over 125 murals throughout Cincinnati – which many are in the main part of the city.

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25 thoughts on “On Displaying Elegance

    1. Heart,
      Resa finds so many in Toronto, but she also has some of us who share the murals from our own areas. As for me, Resa is my source of inspiration to display the fabulous murals in Cincinnati. Glad you liked this one.

  1. I can remember when I put two and two together and came up with George and Rosemary being related. I had heard George singing and it then became obvious that he should have a good chance of having a good voice. And he has!
    She was such a sweetheart; I think I’ve seen most of her movies. This mural is fabulous of a truly lovely woman. 🙂

      1. It is so well done, Resa. Yes, I too love the Op Art Style; it reminded me somewhat of Andy Warhol.
        I watched the video of her on Frank’s site. What a lovely young woman she was; and so elegant in that gorgeous gown. Mermaid inspired certainly suits her figure!

    1. Carolee,
      As a White Christmas fan, this mural is from a White Christmas scene. I invite you over to my blog because I close the post with the song she sings as she wears this dress.

  2. Ohhhh a fabulous tribute to Rosemary! I remember watching White Christmas on VHS every Xmas as a child and my parents were amused that I hadn’t chosen more of the kiddie holiday movies 😉 Great share from Frank’s blog!

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