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Sneaky peeky.
At the 'strange but I kinda like it' stage on a new painting for Red Raven Gallery's Gaia group exhibition August 1st!
And don't forget to visit Corvidae Collective Gallery and take a peek at my three ladies that are part of the FREEFALL group exhibit on display through July 30th!!

Read my beautiful.bizarre feature for details!

Image above, click to watch the video via Tumblr

I love creating, so I made this little storybook video in my art studio for beautiful.bizarre, featuring Mab's editorial in the June 009 Issue out now! 
Enjoy & ignore my paint splattered desk. 

Comments

God formiddag :-)

Smukt som du er i gang, jeg finder meget inspiration via du og din dejlige blog :-)
Tak, og en god dag til dig fra mig :-)
Mindy said…
Your Picture Book of Beautiful Bizarre Magazine turned out wonderful. Great idea, Bella. Just another fantastic example of your incredible imagination.
Bella Harris said…
(Mindy) You are soooo sweet!!!!
Bella Harris said…
Maria, thank you for your kind words! Have a lovely day. xoxo

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