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May 16, 2012

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Anne Roberts

I have been coming to this class to learn the so called "Art of Painting". In my three months I have not seen any good work of mine. I can really feel this is not my thing. I hope my parents would allow me to take what I want.

Flower paintings

Wow hi it's really nice beautiful flower painting collection. I think you add little article summery.

Karen Albert

Very fun, bright fresh, and a bit whimsical!

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Karena
Art by Karena

Jenni Swenson

Beautiful blog... lucky you to spend a month in Paris! I'm your newest subscriber!

backyardprovence

Very nice pictures. So colorful! I just wrote a post on my daughter's illustrations. I am trying to get her name out there. She is terrific. Take a look, she is absolutely amazing for her young 24 year old self :)

http://backyardprovence.wordpress.com/2012/05/24/the-art-of-really-really-great-illustration/

alicia

wow! So so pretty! Thank you for share:)

Hazel

These are SO inspiring. I love to paint but I don't have a delicate touch. These are rough, naive but beautiful at the same time. It's the colours and you love turquoise and pink!

elaine

I love this sort of naive painting much more so than 'tight' realistic ones where you can tell what every flower is. You have good taste in your choice of art.

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