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Seashell Series

Below I posted some paintings of mine that were inspired by my visits to the sea. This series of works are improvised seashells done in watercolor on paper. Today I'm dropping them off with Patricia of Galeria Galou who is selling artwork and more from her booth at the Columbus Circle Holiday Market in NYC. My first batch of works on paper already sold out! If you are in the neighborhood stop by Galeria Galou's booth,  A22, and say hello. There's beautiful artwork to peruse and lots more. I'm sorry to say but I do not have any more handbags for sale at the market. If you are looking for handbags check out my shop Pesky Cat Designs. I post new items every week.



Comments

Jenni Renee said…
These are very vibrant and amazing. The colors are great!
Elisa said…
Thanks Jennifer!

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