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Can’t Change Their Stripes

Posted by popwheel on May 29, 2008

Wow! I’m so pleased to inform everyone that I was featured on two blogs last week! First, I did an interview with Andreanna of Blogasaurus. Shortly thereafter my artwork was also on Cuteable. Many thanks to both bloggers!!!

On one of my previous posts I mentioned my daughter’s stripey tights.  I realized today that actually both of my kidlets have a lot of stripey socks.

Then I got to looking at some of my artwork and found stripes there as well!  I think I must just really like stripes.  Here is a “Stripey Pink Flower” from my shop:

Original Watercolor Painting of Abstract Pink Flower on Aqua Background

Pink Stripey Flowers — Original Watercolor ACEO/ATC

I have been painting away in my studio. Here are few of the most recent additions in my shop:

Original Watercolor Painting of Abstract Red Flowers against Green Background

Red Flowers — Original Watercolor 4×6″

Original Watercolor of Blue Flowers on Red and Orange Background

Flowers on Fire — Original Watercolor 4×6″

Original Watercolor Painting of Abstract Scandinavian Folklore Flowers

Scandinavian Flowers — Original Watercolor 8×10″

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2 Responses to “Can’t Change Their Stripes”

  1. Ravenhill said

    I loved the moment of oooey-gooey cuteness in your last post! I did, I ooed and gooed! What a beautiful baby!!! I adore your watercolors!!! You have gobs of talent in babies and painting!

  2. ooo, I like the Red Flowers! Great colors.

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