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Romance in Red, Blue and White

Red Roses in Silver, Oil on 5"x7" Linen Panel
SOLD
Private Collection in Watchung, NJ
Old English Roses in Blue and White,  Oil on 6"x6" Linen Panel
SOLD
Private Collection in Ramer, AL 
Daisies in Cobalt Ink Bottle, Oil on 6"x6" Linen Panel
SOLD
Private Collection in Tacoma, WA

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  1. I love your work. I have seen it on My French Country Home and when I subscribed to your mailing list was surprised to see you live in Edmond. I live in OKC. Do you ever have showings at any art galleries in town?

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    1. Hello Carol,
      Thank you for your kind words. Wow! The internet does make a small world even smaller, doesn't it?! It's wonderful! Just last week I realized that a blog on gardening that I've followed for a while now, is written by an Oklahoman.
      As far as galleries go, I teach full time and love it! I found that when selling my work in galleries it became too time consuming to have the time or energy to teach. Every once in a while I get an invitation from a gallery and it almost makes me want to jump in again, but then I remember how much time it would require on my part and soon snap out of it. Thank you for the lovely visit to my blog. I hope you will return. Best wishes, Carolina

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    1. I hope you had a lovely Valentine's Day, also. :)

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