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This little guy started out to be painted as just a bud. I spied him yesterday, offspring of Mr. Lincoln, and loved the delicate, closed shape. I snipped him and placed him in cold water in the fridge (I have to say, I had a pang of guilt doing this, thinking nobody likes to be left in the cold and in the dark!) but I knew if he stayed on my kitchen counter he would be opened before I could get back from a day’s visit with my Mom.

Sure enough, it worked. I checked in on him as soon as I got home and he was still tightly wrapped so I toted him into my studio. Now at this point, you have probably begin to wonder where is this “Buddy” I am talking about. Well, wouldn’t you know it. He’s just like us. The minute you pull him out, start paying attention to him and showering him with light and love–he starts opening up! Before I could get my fresh paint squeezed out, he was letting me into his heart. How cool is that! Didn’t need to paint a tight little bud anyway.

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  • Carol Schiff Studio - August 18, 2009 - 9:12 am

    When this came up on the screen, I almost fell off my chair! It is such a KNOCK-OUT!!!!! You are a lady full of talent.
    Thanks too, for the absolutely nicest comment on my blog.ReplyCancel

  • Catherine Jeffrey - August 18, 2009 - 7:41 am

    Beautiful painting of this “little” showboat! The colors are vivid and work so well together. It certainly is amazing what a little love and attention will do!
    Your blog is a delight not only for the paintings, but for the comments as well.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - August 16, 2009 - 8:50 pm

    Hi! I’m Shiori from the Coach store and wanted to tell you how beautiful your paintings are. I’ll be sure to check it out often!ReplyCancel

  • Last Cup Of Coffee - August 16, 2009 - 11:40 am

    This is absolutely beautiful! The vibrant red really warms the heart!ReplyCancel

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