Combining choices cuts with well placed strokes, Danielle Krysa‘s pieces are refreshing, nimble and light on their feet. In Krysa’s final weeks as a painting major, her professor said “you should never paint again”—proof of the power of persistence.
“tonight donna would bring ‘steppin out in style’ to a fabulous new level.”
- “as a founding father of the national rainbow association, roy was very aware of his constitutional right to spread joy wherever he damn well pleased.”
- “saturday’s jazzercise class had, like totally, transformed candace both physically and, like, spiritually.”
“for today’s donut shame spiral, burt’s primary focus would be his voluptuous man-boobs.”
“they taunted her with ‘strawberry dream’ and ‘lemon drop delight’, but much like dairy, francine would not tolerate it.”
- “roger was about to be in way over his head, and everyone except roger knew it.”
- “there was absolutely no way queen victoria ever had to deal with sh*t.”
“his passion for dental hygiene made ‘minty mike’ a favorite with the ladies.”
- “in about six seconds martin would realize that he was not even close to being man enough for this much sriracha.”
- “dale couldn’t believe his f’n eyes … pete and larry were on the dance floor together. WITHOUT HIM!?”
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