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  1. #11
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    Pat... you did a wonderful job painting the lock and keys, and lace and other boxes... a really first class effort... you must feel pretty happy with this little gem. we all are

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    Excellent! What a warm palette!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Wonderful Pat, love texture and palette.
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    eighty, thankyou for checking it out, gees I thought this was the right key tho
    SCP, what a nice compliment, thankyou so much, really appreciate it
    Gary my friend, how nice of you to say that, it was worth the effort, thankyou so much
    Dear Caesar, thanks so much for looking, always value your input
    Silvy dear, thankyou for your kind comments

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    Very, very nice Pat. I like the subject and colors!
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    Thankyou Neal for your kind comments, always appreciated

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    I can see there are a lot of drawers and a super stout lock. It feels like one of those images where the 'guardian of the gate' looks more fierce than it is, just to off put the faint-hearted.

    Really nice painting, Pat. I love the brushwork and how you broke up the colors in order to make it far more interesting.

    A colorists' painting in a way. I can feel the richness.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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