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BEHOLD THE F-----(Bleep). (that's a line from a comedy one act I saw a few years ago. For some reason, when I want to say "TADA" I also want to say that line!)

I just finished my latest painting last night. I started this one in October 2008. It's another large painting(24 x 36). Just need to let it dry a bit, varnish it, frame it (and then figure out where to put it).

I have tentatively named it Peppered. But I'm thinking about having a contest to name it, so if you think of something nice...let me know. If I accept your name, I'll send you a small token of appreciation!


This is awesome! This would go in my Kitchen :) It's really cool that you can paint. I wish I could. I can barely draw. I like the name you gave it. I think you should stick with it. TFS!!
Anonymous said…
I like Peppered, so no submission from me!
Anonymous said…
Hey Mom, that fucker's really nice. Good job. Love you. I will call you soon.

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