I did this one back in around 1990, so it’s something of an antique now. Study carefully and you’ll see the old corner shop left in the midst of demolition and the big supermarket in it’s place, with the facsimile of the old corner shop re-created inside. Is that child in a a straightjacket? What was I thinking?
The original of this is now in California, now there’s a story.
6 thoughts on “Ye Olde Corner Shoppe”
Interesting you moved away from colour — you seemed to have a flair for it. Maybe that was you in the Old Corner Shoppe!
I was never very comfortable with it to be honest, and when the digital age came along it got to be even more of a problem for me! I tried digital colour but don’t like it! I may return to it one day.
Now they are demolishing supermarkets to make way for on line shopping warehouses….
Well, whatever you were thinking, it was quite brilliant! Many of them do belong in strait jackets!
I suspect it was from when my kids were that sort of age. Daughter left for LA with our grandchildren today to join husband to live the West Coast life!