A lyrical and powerful portrait of girlhood by notable Illinois artist Christine Ilewski-Huelsmann, not only a fixture in the arts establishment widely represented in galleries and museums but also founder of Faces Not Forgotten. Here, she somehow evokes a sense of magic something like that embodied in a stained glass window - the image has that mystery and remoteness about it, and manages to capture the special sensibility of youth. She shows a mastery of color and composition here as well. Large and quite stunning on the wall . . .