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Loving Flow Blue

Flow Blue Cup and La-tour Rose,  Oil on 4"x6" Linen Panel
Private Collection in Chicago, Illinois
Flow Blue Cup and Cherries,  Oil on 6"x6" Linen Panel
Private Collection in Locust Valley, New York


  1. Bonjour,

    Un travail somptueux... Deux belles oeuvres.

    Gros bisous ♡

    1. Merci beaucoup pour les belles paroles et le genre visite.

  2. Beautiful paintings, I love blue china, so these paintings of yours are favourites although I do like the flowers as well!

    1. Thank you, Sharon. You are so kind to visit my blog and share your sweet words. Carolina

  3. Oh my! Your talents and interpretations are lovely. There is a lushness to your simplicity. You have been blessed with special talents. Next month is my birthday. I may spoil myself with one of your works of art!

    1. Susan, you are so very kind to say wonderful things. Thank you for your words and your lovely visit to my blog.


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