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Posted by phonegirl (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 15, 08 at 20:50

This is the first picture I painted a few years ago.

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Wow! If that's your first, it's pretty impressive! Nice job!!


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Very professional looking painting. So much detail would have scared me away for sure. Is it done with acrylics or oils? Very nice scene, I really like it. Luvs


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Thanks for the nice replys. It was my first and I repainted till I just got tired and called it done. It was from a book by Donna Bell and the picture is called "Snowed In Farm." I do have a couple of stools I painted on. I had tole painted for several years before I tried this picture with acrylics. I've never painted with oils but I will someday. I need to go take classes and I can't fit it into my work schedule so until I do I'll just keep playing on my own.


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Great job!! Very pretty, especially the detail in the tree.


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Wow! Wish I could have painted that well on a first try. I'm not sure I could paint that now! ha Very nice! ~Anj


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