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Oh, the Temptation of Painting Apples

McIntosh Apple No.4, 4"x6" Oil on Linen Panel
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  1. those are absolutely beautiful paintings, i really liked to bid on the one with the plum, but it wasn't there anymore:-( greetings from germany

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  2. What an honor it is to have greetings sent from Germany. I've sold to several countries... Australia, France, Holland, England, Italy,and Brazil, but not Germany yet. You could be my first. :)
    Thank you for your beautiful comments and your lovely visit.

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  3. Love your luscious apples - and in scrolling down, the fig and the pear against the floral background. How talented you are!

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  4. Ahhh! Thank you. You are very, very sweet. Thank you, also for the nice visit to my blog.

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  5. How beautiful - and how I wish that I could paint! You are so lucky and very talented - I LOVE your work!.

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    1. Thank you so much, Mrs. Sutton. I tell all my students that painting, as drawing, is a learned skill. It's much like dancing--some are born doing it, but some of us have to work at it. Still, we can all do it. I hope you enjoyed my blog and I hope you continue to visit it. If you are a teacher, I also have a blog for my sixth graders: http://adventuresinmiddleschoolart.blogspot.com/
      I hope you have a beautiful day.

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  6. Hi.. this is Bhavna and I truly admire your work. You really have an unconventional style, although quite different from mine but I genuinely respect it because it is unique. It would be great if you see my work at www.mesmerisingstrokes.com and we exchange our thoughts and broaden our insights.

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