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Roses and Peony in Cut Crystal with Silver Vase
Watercolor and Gouache on Archival Paper   7.5 " x 8.75"

Blush Pink Roses in Mint Julep Cup
Watercolor and Gouache on Archival Paper   7.5 " x 9"

 Peony in Glass Votive
Watercolor and Gouache on Archival Paper   5.5 " x 7.5"

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 Peony in Light Blue Vase
Watercolor and Gouache on Archival Paper   9" x 7.5"

Peonies in Glass and Silver Bud Vase
Oil on Linen Panel
6" x 8"
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Roses in Glass and Silver Bud Vase
Oil on Linen Panel
6" x 8"
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Rose in Glass and Gold Bowl
Oil on Linen Panel
5" x 7"
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