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April Painitngs

Pink Carnations with Pewter Pitcher,  Oil on 5"x7" Linen Panel
SOLD

Private Collection in Sydney, Australia
Hydrangea in Blue and White Pottery,  Oil on 5"x7" Linen Panel
SOLD
Private Collection in London, England

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  1. Coming over from Tina's blog:) Your paintings are beautiful. We are in the midst of a building project and I will be needing art at some point. I will follow your blog and look forward to following along.
    leslie
    www.4aroundthetable.com

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  2. These are lovely. As always, I love the touches of blue and white in your paintings.

    Have I told you that I lived in Edmond for years? It's a beautiful city, & I miss it.

    cheers,
    Keri

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  3. Keri, your words are soooo very sweet. I did not know you had been an Edmond resident. That is awesome and yes, it is a beautiful city. We have deer and turkeys that come by and visit us in the early mornings or late in the evenings. Thank you for coming by to visit my blog. Please, come again. Carolina

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  4. Leslie, how kind of you for visiting my blog and saying such delightful words and Tina for sharing. I am thrilled! My teaching limits the amount of time I spend painting. However, starting late May is the beginning of my painting season. If you haven't already, at the top right corner is the e-mail subscriptions for new posts. I only post when I have new work and I put it for auction on eBay. Thank you for the honor of your visit. -Carolina

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