"stiletto clad legs"?
("China" pronounced "key-nah")
I received an email from Castle Fitzjohns Gallery yesterday with the images above and the message below:
Angela China known as "GumShoe" has become infamous for her stiletto clad legs which can be seen as landmark murals in New York, Miami, LA and Seattle. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and major art fairs across the US and in Europe.I wasn't interested in ordering any prints, but I did wonder about this phrase:
The three prints are editions of 50, signed and numbered, 18" x 24". From left to right, "Shoes", "Meat Packing" and "Christina".
Simply reply to this email with your address with your choice, we'll send you a paypal invoice and ship to you within a few days.
stiletto clad legsShouldn't that be this:
stiletto shod feetI therefore sent back a note of inquiry, and this gallery - which had contacted me at my Gmail address - rejected my note as spam:
This message has been rejected due to content judged to be spam by the internet community IB212.That was annoying, so I'm responding with this blogpost retort: Castle Fitzjohns Gallery sends me an unsolicited email, but treats my reply as spam?
A simple "Thanks" would have sufficed.