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April 01, 2012

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eb

the seeds of spring
are indeed flowering
love the idea
of a gypsy painting caravan...

xox - eb.

annie

A POP up show - what a fun idea. Gorilla art at its best.

Fran aka Redondowriter

I thought you were in Mexico with Rebecca, but it looks like you were having a lot of fun with friends in your studio.

Sue Fox

What about an impromptu Painting Pop-In, in empty retail spaces!?

You could supply some plastic aprons!

Let me know I'll save up the fare!

Sue x

lyle baxter

you guys are having way too much fun! I love the pic of the ladies with the leafy hairdo's. p.s. that duck who went east is outstanding!

Tracy

LOVE the pop up art gallery idea!! And love the juicy, vibrant art taking shape here... love the wild & free feeling...*swoon*... :o) ((HUGS))

Carol (artmusedog)

Looks like painter's paradise to me ~ Wow ~ Love your art ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^

Queenie Believe

No fun indeed -lol-
I totally forgot about April fools day. -lol-
Have a great day.
Always, Queenie

susanna

Oh what fun! The colours are so happy! I recently read a couple health books on how the mind works and how spending quality time with friends, socializing, is not only good for the soul but also, physically good for the brain.

A pop up gallery is a great idea! Go for it! And take lots of pics!

lynne

hey sweet woman... what a lot of joy here!! and wow, a pop up gallery?!! you're making me smile - here and over at my place...

xxoo

lynne

Jennifer Ressmann

Oh, fun! A pop up gallery! And, the work is fun too!

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