Tell Me Your Dreams ~ #37 of 40 | Archival 13×19 Prints

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Tell Me Your Dreams is this week’s new painting for The Forty Minis Collection ~ this painting is number 37 of 40 10x10s – can you believe it? Wonder what happens next… Stay tuned.

Tell Me Your Dreams
Acrylic on Canvas
10×10″, $120 #
37 of 40 10x10s
©2010. KmBerggren

This week, my boys and I were reading The Treasure, by Uri Shulevitz, and I had the opportunity and urge to talk with my boys about believing in your dreams and going for what you really want in life. I then told them what my dream was… funny… I know my ultimate goal, I have envisioned it, but I realized it had been awhile since I’d put it into words. When I shared it with my intently-listening boys, I felt a little surge. I stopped mid-sentence to say “hmmm, it’s good to remember your dreams out loud every once in awhile”.Decisions I’d been trying to make over the last couple weeks suddenly became clearer, as I remembered why I am working so hard, and what my dreams are. Those innocent little boys silently reminded me ~ and I hope, with Uri Shulevitz’s help, that I instilled something useful in them as well.

You can grab a print of Tell Me Your Dreams (the original has sold) in the Online Etsy shop!

Archival 13×19 Prints Coming Soon
I will be offering 13×19 prints ~ starting soon. Printed with archival inks on premium matte paper, they will have a light fastness rating of 150 years, thus, they will last a lifetime. These prints will ship in an acid-free sleeve, rolled and carefully inserted into a triangular shipping tube for extra protection. These prints will start out at $54 and feature most any painting, and will be a wonderful way to capture a painting whose original has sold. Thank you for your support!
There will be an Introductory Sale for these large, archival prints ~ details to come!
Have a wonderful day!
Love & Sincerely, Katie
“Keep your dreams alive. Understand to achieve anything requires faith and belief in yourself, vision, hard work, determination, and dedication. Remember all things are possible for those who believe.”
Gail Devers

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