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Having Mail Troubles

Roses in Glass Vase and Petals,  Oil on 5"x7" Linen Panel
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Private Residence in Sydney, Australia
        It has been brought to my attention that some of you may not be getting my e-mail updates, and several thought I was no longer posting or creating new work. As I was becoming more and more puzzled by the problem, I received an e-mail from another artist that said that he was also having a hard time and that Blogger was not planning on continuing the maintenance of the service.
       After a bit of help from a wonder IT friend, I was advice to use the MailChimp service. It would be an honor if you would please sign up to e-mail updates using the new sign up on the top right hand corner.
As I receive your request for subscription from MailChimp, I will remove you from the Blogger service that you signed up previously. I am so sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for you kind visits to my blog.
       Please, give me a couple of weeks to get this all figured out and all the names deleted from the old mailing list. THANK YOU.

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  1. Dear Carolina, Thank you so much for visiting The Arts by Karena. I must say I love the still life paintings of yours in the old world style. many I have pinned to my board Art I Adore if you would like to take a look. http://www.pinterest.com/artbykarena/ If you are interested I would like to feature you and your work on my site in the near future.

    xoxo
    Karena
    The Arts by Karena

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  2. Awww, Karena! Thank you! You are so kind to do that! Many hugs! Carolina

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