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Thursday, September 24, 2009



Read about the latest addition to the "My Calabria" series in the post below.

15 comments:

  1. Anonymous9/24/2009

    Visited a cemetary recently and noticed some potted shrubs on a grave just like the ones in your latest creation.

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  2. Ah. Life imitating art. Or was it death imitating life?

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  3. hehe, now that wasn't what I was expecting from your title! Cheeky monkey.

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  4. I thought that might get your attention! Gotta find some way to get people in to the gallery. Now that you're here, do have another glass of wine and some little party crackers with cheese.

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  5. Love the frame! I agree it is certainly well hung and it is beautiful. I like your vision.

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  6. Mille grazie! It pleases me no end to hear that you like my vision as it comes from someone who lives in Italy. Hopefully, it shows that what I'm trying to communicate about my experience of the country is getting across.

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  7. That is some amazing transformation, Lynne! You're getting more creative by the second! A palazzo has a whole different feel. And it does need the shrubbery leading up to the door. Gorgeous, Lynne!

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  8. Salve, Margaret! So glad you made it to the opening. Have you had some wine and cheese? I think the Sagittarian left a glass or two. Thanks for leaving your comments in the guest book. You look lovely in that black dress, by the way.

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  9. Anonymous9/26/2009

    I didn't know Dog The Bounty Hunter and his wife, Beth, were art lovers.

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  10. As I'm not familiar with Dog or his wife Beth, I'm glad you explained who/what/why to me off-stage, so to speak! Hey, they pays their money, they can buys my art! I aint no snob!

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  11. This looks fabulous and certainly a great masterpiece. Large art is awesome!
    Thank you so much for your lovely comment left on Hannah Ballerina.
    I so hope she will like it. Keeping fingers crossed.

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  12. Thanks, Julie-ann. It would be great if this piece actually was as big as it looks in this photo but it's only pretending to be big and hanging in an art museum.

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  13. Gorgeous work and I like your blog description :)

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  14. JafaBrit, I thank you from the bottom of my art!

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  15. ha ha I like your sense of humour too.

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