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D'anjou Pear No.3, 4"x6" Oil on Linen Panel
It's been a crazy busy start to the school year. I am loving teaching Spanish. Monday we start "Spanish Art Mondays ;) which both the students and I are excited about.
D'anjou Pear No.4, 4"x6" Oil on Linen Panel


  1. how talented, i tried by hand years ago but had problems in mixing the paint and getting it to look good-it never so i just admire artist as your self. i am a sucker for anything with the old cabbage rose look. i would love to win but i am jinked there was well. but will enjoy following your blog and admiring your work.

  2. Hello,
    For a long time I've been wanting to learn to paint in oils. I am still learning everyday and loving doing so. Thank you for your kind words. Please, visit come again.


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