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June 20, 2005

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Thanks so much, Joyce. Your suggestion is a really good one. The painting series I've been working on is the polar opposite of the patterned paper series relating to my color study, but...I admit to feeling excited about the idea of using my own compostions as you suggest. We'll see! And I've been drawing the figure for years and years so I am fortunate in that regard. Good luck with your own figure studies!

I think these paintings on pattened paper are beautiful--it would be wonderful if you did do a series using this technique and your own compositions and offer them for sale--they are lovely. I enjoy your life drawings -you have such a handle on drawing the human form. I want to be able to do that someday.

Nina, I'll email you later today, OK?

Laura would you consider doing a commissioned work such as your green study of the portrait on the right?

Laura would you consider doing a commissioned work such as your green study of the portrait on the right?

Oops, I gave the wrong impression! I was only questioning the two particular pieces--you know, playing around with construction paper and making a painting of a painting--not things I usually do as an artist! I know why I paint, in general--it is what I'm supposed to do. I thank you for your supportive comments, though!

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