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Free Cards Friday & Show Some Emotion Exhibit at Sixth Street Gallery

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It’s Free Cards Friday! Comment on this post (here at the blog or on my Facebook page) and be in the running to win some cards ~ I’ll choose the winner on Monday. SHOW SOME EMOTION March 2010: Sixth Street Gallery presents thought-provoking work from artists throughout the nation and Canada in an exhibit that […]

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Free Cards Friday! Weekend Events

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I have just enough energy and time to say “Hey! It’s Free Cards Friday!” Comment on this post throughout the weekend (on the Painting Motherhood Blog or on Facebook) and be in the running to WIN Free Cards! I will choose the winner on Monday. If you are local, come see me tomorrow at da […]

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da Vinci Arts School Art Fair & Sixth Street Gallery Silent Auction and Anniversary Celebration are Coming Up

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The da Vinci Arts Middle School Art Fair is Coming Up! 2508 NE Everett, Portland Oregon Saturday, December 5: 10-6pm Sunday, December 6: 10-4pm I’ll be pleased to present a whole new gaggle of Glass Art Charms at this event – as well as new original paintings, 8×10 prints, 12×15 Limited Edition Giclees, Holiday Cards… […]

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Free Cards Friday – Grand Opening at The Uncommon Gift in Camas WA

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Howdy – it’s FREE CARDS FRIDAY! Comment on this posting and be in the running to receive FREE cards via mail. I will choose the winner and send the cards on Monday! An update: Most of my brand new paintings are hanging, throughout September, at Sixth Street Gallery in Vancouver Washington http://www.sixthstreetgallery.com/. Except the VERY […]

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Sixth Street Gallery Opening Reception

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The opening reception at Sixth Street Gallery took place last night and was a packed house! Thank you to all who came and browsed, visited and took home artwork. I look forward to the next show! I enjoyed showing with Angelina Marino and Joel Heidel, whose work is full of joyful and thought-provoking movement. learn […]

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