Before Patricia introduced the world to a hedgehog with "the cutest little dinky you've ever seen" on the latest installment of Southern Charm (side note: I can't stop thinking about that hedgehog or that hedgehog's precious baby buggy), Landon introduced the world to the cutest little canvas I've ever seen. On Monday night's episode of the Bravo reality series, Shep swung by Landon's new rental house for a friendly chat, and said friendly chat turned into an impromptu arts 'n' crafts session. I'm a big fan of an impromptu arts 'n' crafts sesh, so this scene had me in the palm of its paint-splattered hand.
When Shepard dropped by Landon's domicile, she invited her guest inside, offered up carrots and hummus, poured two glasses of red wine, and resumed painting some sort of design on a blank wall. As Landon discussed her decor plans for the house, she pointed to a pile of blank canvases resting on a chair. She requested that her guest pick one and put art on it. Shep, affable angel that he is, obliged. He grabbed what may very well be the smallest canvas on the planet, a yellow oil pastel, and began to draw.
What exactly did sweet, genteel Shepard Rose draw? What sort of masterpiece did he produce? What was the end result?
What did our darling Shepard make?
He never showed the cameras. The viewers never saw what he made. Surely he must've posted a photo of his rendering online, I thought.
Well, well, well. Look at what we have here. A beautiful, itsy-bitsy work of art by one Shepard Rose:
Thank you, Landon. Thank you, Shep. Thank you, Bravo.
Image: Charles Sykes/Bravo; Bravo (2)