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Happy Thanksgiving

Latour and Chanel, 6"x8" Oil on linen Panel
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I am grateful for family and friends, both near and far, those who I've had the fortune to know in person and those who have touched my heart from afar. Thank you for all your kindness, support, and your inspiration. I wish all of you the best and hope that you have many things for which to be thankful also. 
 The painting above was inspired by a book about the work of Henri Fantin-Latour that my daughter gave me for my birthday. The painting took a while, but it's been in my head for a while. It's nice to see in face to face. :)
Sunflowers in Glass Jar, 5"x7" Oil on linen Panel
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Tiffany Box with Pink Rose, 4"x6" Oil on linen Panel
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  1. Beautiful trio of paintings! Missed seeing your paintings posted these last few months. Always look forward to your next image.

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    1. Lana,
      I can't believe I missed this message! I know it's very belated, but THANK YOU!!!! I wish you a very lovely Spring.
      Hugs,
      Carolina

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    2. Lana,
      I can't believe I missed this message! I know it's very belated, but THANK YOU!!!! I wish you a very lovely Spring.
      Hugs,
      Carolina

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  2. Beautiful trio of paintings! Missed your paintings being posted the last few months. Always look forward to your next image…

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    1. Lana, you are so very sweet. Thank you for your wonderful blog visits and lovely comments. Xs
      Carolina

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  3. Love your art! Your little painting sits on my desk and I adore it!

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    1. Victoria, I am so very honored! Thank you!

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