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Hydrangeas, Roses, and Peonies... Oh My!

Still Life with White Hydrangeas in Silver Bowl,  Oil on 5"x6" Linen Panel
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Still Life with White Peonies in Crystal Vase,  Oil on 6"x8" Linen Panel
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Still Life with Pomegranate and Grapes,  Oil on 5"x7" Linen Panel
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Still Life with Pink Rose and Quince Fruit,  Oil on 5"x7" Linen Panel
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  1. OH MY!!! is right!!! The hydrangeas are my favorite. You make all those little details look so easy, wonderful.

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  2. Diane, your compliments warm my heart. THANK YOU!!!!!!!!! I send you a big hug!!! PS I am still enjoying the painting you sent me. It sits in a prominent spot in my living room and makes me happy every time I see it.

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  3. lovely. You sure give me inspiration to paint again.

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  4. "Oh My", is right!! They are beautiful Carolina! I love the white peony in the glass vase!! Almost expect to be able to smell it's wonderful fragrance.

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  5. Thank you very much, Traci. Have a wonderful day.
    Carolina

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