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March 03, 2013


Jennifer ressmann

that's so nice. and isn't fort collins the first in great places to live! ah, colorado! I have never been to the Muse! I have it on my list - it looks like a great show. and I can't wait to see your work! :)


thanks for your visit sharing your feelings of march and the renewal we all seem to be reaching for. i am longing for the soil to warm enough to sow new seeds..i miss a swaying sea of tall sunflowers and tiny gold finches who all make it impossible not to believe in the best of everything!

love each offering here, a blossoming of inspiration. i love how alive the art scene is in your town and all you do to keep it thriving!

love and miss you..

Carol and artmusedog ^_^

Lovely and happy creations here ~ ^_^


Beautiful artistic creations, Stephanie. I love the last painting especially. I am sure that some of the happiness radiates from the soul of your own home :)

Wabi Sabi

What a beautiful post...surrounded by such beautiful art! Thank you for sharing the vibrant colors!

Toni Baxter

Steph----looks like you all had a grand time! Thanks for sharing the fun and the wonderful colors.


Linda Gleitz

Thanks for posting my birdies and the scrappy barnyard is awesome!!


Hello, after reading this awesome piece of writing i am too
glad to share my know-how here with mates.


Keep on working, great job!

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