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Journeys End

SOLD to a truly lovely lady shortly after the opening of the exhibition. For me a new journey has begun. Such mixed emotions in seeing your first painting sell.

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Andy Hadfield said…
CONGRATULATIONS! That's an incredible painting by the way. Oil?

You really have improved - I expect R15,000 price tags soon :)
Carol said…
Thank you. It was hard parting with it! It looked really good in the entrance hall! Yes, oils, I have found my referred medium. I love them!
I am really chuffed that I sold your first painting for you! Well done, your paintings are great!
Carol said…
Thanks again Dianne. Just been to see your art work on South African Artists.com and am most impressed. I will e mail you to get further details. Happy painting!

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