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With Hair Like Flowers


Sometimes it's also about the way I photograph my art. 

(watercolor, acrylic, oil and gouache) 

Comments

Bostonista said…
This is heartbreakingly beautiful. If that makes sense.

xo
Kara
www.thebostonista.com
Regine Karpel said…
Beautiful!
www.rsrue.blogspot.com
Fiona said…
Such a gorgeous painting!
Prisca Jolanda said…
amazing painting!

kisses from indonesia ;*
Alex said…
Beautiful everything, baby!
Sanzibell said…
wow das bild ist der hammer :)

Lieben Gruß
Sarah ♥ ♥ ♥
www.sanzibell.com
joanna roars said…
Great composition! :) Love flowers and Your work so much! :)
Amy said…
This is stunning, I would love a piece like this to put in my home :)

Such a talent!

Amy xx
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