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Geometric Canvas Painting


One of my resolutions for the new year is to post MORE of the work I spend SO MUCH time creating! First showed a peek at 'Geometric' back in May and now she's finally in the print shop! 

The original 16x20 canvas is also available for purchase and until January 12th there's free shipping in my Society6 store when you use the promo link below!
http://society6.com/bellaharris?promo=f4ba9e

Last days of my $19.99 Art Shop Holiday Sale! 
http://bellaharris.tictail.com/products/sale


Comments

Julie said…
I really love all the bright colors! My goal for the new year was to do more art and also finally start a blog and etsy site to show them. And I finally did it!! lol If you have time I would love for you to check out my art...any advice would also be amazing! Thanks!

Julie
http://www.artworkbyjm.com/
Anonymous said…
hello
i've been checking your blog regularly since before you started sharing your beautiful art and you're a great inspiration to be fearless to me. i was wondering what happened to your tumblr? thanks for sharing <3
Bella Harris said…
Thank you, Julie! I'm heading over to your blog right now!




Dear Anonymous,

What a wonderful compliment, thank you so much! I do still have my tumblr account... and play there quietly xoxo
http://bellaharrisart.tumblr.com/

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