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"Venice Time" SOLD

“Venice Time”
8 x 8in oil on museum quality panel

$350
Gondola rides preclude “being in a hurry” or “running behind”.  They glide silently down passage ways inaccessible by cars.  One has no choice but to  relax and soak in the surroundings.  Buildings  from Marco Polo’s time, stand in water to their waist.  Sunlight dances on laundry, flowers, clothes lines and the like, as it snakes its way between.  Setting your watch to Venice time means it’s impossible to hurry..:))

In Other News:

New Assitant Hired for Getting Organized!!  The letter of recommendation accompanying the application stated, “Possesses the qualities needed to immerse themselves totally in filing.”
What it didn’t state was that they might also leave your files in a hairy mess (see photo)

Yep, check out the odd shaped file in the middle basket–that would be my office assistant, Ed,  “immersing himself in his work”…..

Shipping Your Artwork–This week on the #1 Art Show on Blog Talk Radio, Artists Helping Artists, we’ll be covering the low down on how to deliver the goods! Click here for times and details (all shows are recorded and archived!)

Atlanta Workshop!! Kick off the new year with my workshop in Atlanta, Feb 10-12.:)) I will be teaching for 3 days, alongside Leslie Saeta, for my first workshop of 2011–can’t wait!! Would love to see you — there are still some spots available. Click here to read more and also visit Leslie Saeta’s site to see her great palette knife work.

Dreama’s 2013 Workshop Dates Click to View

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Dreama@DreamaTollePerry.com–Thanks!

  • Jerry Stocks - January 22, 2011 - 7:56 pm

    Dreama, you know I love clothes lines. This is a beautiful painting. I need Eddie to help me file.ReplyCancel

  • Ricardo - January 21, 2011 - 3:04 pm

    Congratulations on your wonderful paintings work very well, has plenty of life, a greeting.ReplyCancel

  • Mitzi Easley - January 20, 2011 - 11:42 am

    My assistant needs training from your assistant. Love those pinks Dreama… as always.ReplyCancel

  • Pamela Gatens - January 20, 2011 - 7:56 am

    I can see that Ed really gets into his work! My two assistants help with the paper shuffle too. Lovely painting – your paintings bring a lot of happiness with them.ReplyCancel

  • Leslie Saeta - January 19, 2011 - 11:14 am

    Another stunning painting. Wow …ReplyCancel

  • bricarwaller - January 19, 2011 - 10:16 am

    Love the colors and energy, your paintings are always a visual party. I’m on my way to Venice this week also, well in my painting world anyway. Loving your assistant. I have a furry assistant also, she loves to walk across my paintings.ReplyCancel

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