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What Wonderful, Glorious Luck!

Still Life with Pear, Grapes and Ribbon,  Oil on  6"x6" Linen Panel
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     I still have not had the time to take a painting class. There just always seems to be something going with the family or work when a workshop that interests me comes up. This was the case when I received an e-mail from the talented Leslie Lienau from the Conservatory for Classical Art regarding a workshop that was to be taught by Kelli Folsom.

     After a couple of weeks of moping about missing out on her workshop, I received another e-mail. This time from the Edmond Art Association letting me know that Kelli would be demonstrating some of her oil painting techniques at our next members meeting. It was a fabulous demonstration in which Kelli was informative, entertaining and very inspirational. I learned a great deal in a little amount of time and am so very grateful for it. 
Still Life with Figs and Eucalyptus,  Oil on  6"x6" Linen Panel
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