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Denny’s Adventures In Allee’s “Willis Wonderland” – July 2011 – Part 313

denny Submitted by denny
July 22nd, 2012
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I was floored when I met up with Bubbles the artist and she bestowed upon me some of her incredible paintings! ¬†This is the “Gracious Lily Tomlin”. ¬†Hi Lily!!

Sonny Bono РThe Mayor of Palm Springs.  I love his hair.

This just kills me and I was so surprised when Bubbles signed a few pieces for me. ¬†It’s a rarity when Bubbles signs things anymore and so I couldn’t be happier! ¬†This is Elvis and Priscilla Honeymoon Hideaway – Palm Springs. ¬†Palm Springs used to be my playground when I lived in LA.

This is the Homo Pool Party.  Bubbles is not a fan of Palm Springs but she sure does love to share the Palm Springs experience in her paintings.

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One Response to “Denny’s Adventures In Allee’s “Willis Wonderland” – July 2011 – Part 313”

  1. Allee Willis Allee Willis says:

    Needless to say I’m a huge fan of Bubbles the artist, having managed my alter ego from when she was created in 1999 until right before The Color Purple opened on Broadway because I didn’t have enough time to attend to her.

    These are some of my favorite paintings of Bubbles. The Lily Tomlin ones were my favorites of all because the comedienne herself would come and autograph the paintings of her own alter ego, Ernestine, so I could sell them for a lot of money.

    I got to meet Sonny Bono once when I addressed Congress on artist rights in cyberspace and argued for songwriters getting compensated when someone use their music. He was the most belligerent Congressman of all which made no sense as,of course, he was a songwriter.

    All Bubbles’ paintings:

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