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Going Big and Giving Thanks

Still Life with Roses, Figs and Mint Julep Cup,  Oil on 8"x10" Linen Panel
SOLD
Above is the biggest oil painting I've done to date. I must say, it's been challenging not reaching for the small brushes, but I really enjoyed working on a "big" canvas.

Now about the GiveAways: I can't say how honored I am by your support, comments and for the time you take to visit my blog. THANK YOU. I had so much fun doing the GiveAway and cannot wait to do another soon.
THE WINNER IS Sally. Sally, I decided to let the winner choose between two paintings-the two below. You have until Sunday to let me know which one you want and where you'd like it mailed.
Pink Rose on Linen,  Oil on 4"x6" Linen Panel
Still Life with Roses in Vase,  Oil on 4"x6" Linen Panel

  

Comments

  1. J'ai parcouru agréablement votre blog et admiré vos oeuvres remplies de délicatesse.
    Gros bisous

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  2. Merci beaucoup et j'espère que vous visitez à nouveau. câlins. de la Carolina

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  3. I'm so excited to be the lucky winner of one of your beautiful paintings!! Thank you so much for this wonderful giveaway and for sharing your talent with your readers!!

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  4. Thank you, Sally. The still life with Roses in Vase will be on its way to you soon. Have a lovely Monday. Carolina

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  5. Carolina, you've been busy since I last visited. So many new floral and fruit paintings. I love the 8x10, glad you enjoyed working bigger, I'm trying to do the same thing. Congrats to Sally, lucky girl!!

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  6. Thank you, Diane. You are so very inspiring. Your words mean very, very much. I wish you a lovely painting day.--C

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