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September 13, 2012



So vivid and thrilling!
I think I saw some of these on Instagram when they were works in progress!

Sue Fox

I'm so enthused by this idea, all I need is a team of painters to join in with 'Pop Up Painting' - lots of empty shop fronts here in the UK!


Tres Joy FILLED!! All!!



That sweet little white bird looks like he is about to tell a secret and the listener is ready to hear.


Oh what a fun thing. I will tell my art teacher about this idea. I have tried it and it is fun. No rules and regs, love it.

lyle baxter

GINVU cant wait for your grand opening. what a great idea! we have (a few !!) vacant storefronts in town but the town has an attitude! have fun preparing !


Oooo... sooo much FUN!! Love this behind the scenes! I paint with my fingers now, hardly pick up a brush these days. I'm missing my studio as it's half storage space while we do pain & reno at home...Can't wait until all is "back to normal"...LOL! Happy Days, Stephanie ((HUGS))


Love this!


let's start a pop up art movement! or shall i move to your town?

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