I have displayed some of my pastel portraits and some of my mother's paintings at Blue Bell Library in December. I showed 3 different paintings in the display
window inside the library each week. This is the first time I showed any of my
art work in public. I received a lot of kind encouragement and compliments from
my friends and patrons at the library. It has been a wonderful experience until
Saturday, December 22.
On Saturday, December 22, when I was transporting three of my mother's paintings to the car, two of them were taken by a patron at the library. An eye witness saw a woman left the library with my mother's paintings, the waterfall and the wisteria on the left of the picture. My mother is 82 years old. She does not paint any more. No words can express the shock and sorrow I felt.
I am appealing to the person, who might have taken my mother's paintings by
mistake, to have a heart and return them to the library. Blue Bell library is
offering $50 reward for information leading to the return of the painting. I
will also offer a reward of $50 or a pastel portrait of a person or a pet.
If you have any information or have seen the paintings, please contact Blue Bell
Library at (215) 643-1320 or Wendy Liu (484) 686-9466. The paintings can be
returned to the library anonymously, no questions asked.