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Catching Up!

One year ago   |   By Sally Dean 365 Flowers

Wow its been two months exactly since my last post! I think March did a lot of us in- and April- but now the daffodils and tulips and trees are in bloom and our spirits are up!
here's a little overview of what I have been up to. Please forgive my uncropped photos.
I got into abstracts! Sold 4 of them which was encouraging. Heres a couple...
I painted this after a lovely snowy woods walk last month. This got into the North River Arts Festival show - I'm excited!
This is a pastel I did in a workshop with Lucinda O'Connor. She is a fabulous artist and great teacher!
I painted this 12"x12...
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

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BATGIRL 38

BATGIRL 38

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Master Of Black And White

Master Of Black And White

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Warhol at SFMOMA -From A to B and Back Again

Mao, 1997. Acrylic, slikscreen & graphite on linen. Art Institute of Chicago. Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts, Artists Rights Society New York Unless you absolutely... Read more ...

Day 593 "Table Top" and impromptu drawing lessons

Day 593 "Table Top" and impromptu drawing lessons

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Lions! Oh, my!

Lions! Oh, my!

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The Agony and the Ivories at Fringe

Grown Man Productions, Chicago, IL, presented Bill Larkin behind the piano in the Brown Venue. I have to say right up front that this was the funniest show I have seen so far... Read more ...

AQUAMAN 51

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