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Hayley's Wedding Flowers,  Oil on 5"x7" Linen Panel
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October Roses in Glass,  Oil on 5"x7" Linen Panel
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Private Collection in Pearland, Texas USA
Peonies in Silver Vase,  Oil on 5"x7" Linen Panel
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Private Collection in Del Mar, California USA

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  1. I think it is a lovely idea to have wedding flowers done as a painting. It is such a romantic way of remembering the special day and you can see them when ever you want to. Beautiful artwork a joy to look at. Kind regards Sally

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    1. Sally, I agree that the bride had a lovely idea of capturing her wedding flowers in paintings. I am also working on one of her bouquet that I am particularly excited about. Thank you so much for the lovley visit and the wonderful compliment. Best wishes,
      Carolina

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  2. Hello Carolina! Your paintings are always so beautiful! These three took my breath away. Hugs to you!

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    1. Stephanie, you are so sweet. I am honored that you have visited my blog and enjoy the paintings. THANK YOU. Happy Sunday to you. Carolina

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  3. Hello carolina! I love your paintings! Specially that last one, the peonies in silver vase. =)

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