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Did I Tell You that I LOVE Pink Roses?

"Pink Roses in Blue Willow Vase"  Oil on  4"x6"  Linen Panel


  1. lovely! popping in via my french country home.

  2. Thank you, PVE for your lovely words. It's a delight that you've stopped by my blog. Please, visit again soon.

  3. I love pink roses too! I am so excited, I purchased this painting for myself. My french country home (adore) introduced your art to me. I didn't win those lovely pink roses in the giveaway, but I fell hard for this painting and feel blessed to add it to my first Carolina Elizabeth the Carnations. It has not arrived yet, I am filled with anticipation!

  4. Kathie, I am so honored that you are enjoying the painting. I will be mailing your rose painting soon. Have a lovely day. Carolina


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