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So, here's a photo of my latest painting. I finished it in early October, but just now got around to posting it for you to see.

I'm calling it "Statue". It's rather large - 24 x 36, so when framed, I'm not exactly sure where I'm gonna put it. Marsha, an awesome painter in the class, suggested a gallery, but I think she was just being nice. Anyway...I like it! Hope you do too.

And here's the goof finishing it up. I seriously needed a salon appointment that day.


Jackie said…
I like it! Very impressive.
Robin said…
You are one talented woman. There is nothing you can't do. I am so envious.
BloomingPink said…
Thanks Robin!

Ginny and Jean were my inspiration to try to paint again...after I saw their paintings when we went to Ginny's house, I decided to take it up again!

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