In this excerpt, is the second sentence grammatically correct?
The painting, Woman In Red Hat, was inspired by her son's art selections while on a trip to Vancouver together. Which particular artwork it was an interpretation of, however, is lost to memory.
(Woman In Red Hat was introduced earlier as an artwork with that title. The entire subject of the article is about the artist who made the painting, so 'her' is pretty well understood. Sorry for not making the context clear.)
My critics are ok with the ambiguity of who was on the Vancouver trip, but have some qualms about a 'dangling participle' in the next sentence that I do not see.
I changed it to the following. I like the first version, though.
Woman In A Red Hat was inspired by her son's art selections while on a trip to Vancouver together, though which particular artwork it was an interpretation of is lost to memory.