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It Was Time to Change the Wall....again.

I stared and stared at this wall and it looked so 'Missionary" was time for a change...AGAIN... So, I gathered a couple of things, did 2 quick paintings, and voila'! It is a whole new wall that speaks volumes!
I had built this mirror a few months ago, and although I liked it, it was lacking in size and didn't give me that 'wow' feeling...very dull for me, so it had to go.
This is the first of the 2 quick water colors...approximate time 30 minutes. The size is 16x24.
This is the second speedy water color. Approximate time 30 minutes. Size is also 16x24
I added this wrought iron candle holder, candles, and a couple of accent pieces.
The finished wall now speaks volumes and gives an air of peacefulness to my living room.My wall and all these pieces are straight, I however, have yet to hold a camera level.. :)

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  • Jeanette S
    Jeanette S Atlanta, GA
    on May 22, 2014

    Love! Your paintings are FAB!

  • Miriam I
    Miriam I Bay Shore, NY
    on May 22, 2014

    How creative are you?!

  • Debbie Dement
    Debbie Dement Clements, MD
    on May 23, 2014

    Love It!!!

  • GlendaSuzie
    GlendaSuzie Tucson, AZ
    on May 23, 2014

    Missionary??? And 30 minute paintings , so sure.

    • Therese C
      Therese C Greenfield, IA
      on May 23, 2014

      @GlendaSuzie as for my reference to the wall looking "Missionary", it is meant as nearly blank, or unadorned/simple. And the 30 minute paintings? I don't think I have ever done a painting that took over an hour or two tops. If you are in disbelief of what I have said, I'm sorry, but we all function on different levels.

  • Paula Singleton Clarke
    Paula Singleton Clarke Erwin, TN
    on May 23, 2014

    Love it, especially your paintings!

    • Therese C
      Therese C Greenfield, IA
      on May 25, 2014

      @Paula Singleton Clarke thank you ... :)

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