SNIPPETS OF ART ADVENTURES

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  1. I loved the Thistle and your GC painting!

    Will the paint crack when you roll up your canvas? It’s a neat system I sure hope it works! You have some BIG paintings in your head me thinks! 🙂

    Houses on the market in our price range have slowed to a slow annoying drip. I have no idea when something we like enough to go see will come up again. I’ll call or text if we head your way!

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    1. Sorry your house hunt got stalled:( The same thing happened to a friend of us this week, and they decided to rent for a while. Did you read my email? Changed the text about the pulley for the canvas, so I hope it’s easier to understand:) Yeah, it’s time for the big paintings – wish me success, for that’s completely a new thing!

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      1. Thank you much, Deborah! Sent the email again Thurs.day night late. Let me know if you haven’t received it, because then I must have made a mistake with your E-address. Have a lovely weekend!

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  2. Wonderful post Jesh. Your grandchildren are so sweet. I am almost back to normal and joining in the memes again. I will be joining in yours pretty soon. Have a great weekend!

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  3. Ingenius canvas solution! Looks like you enjoyed yourself while sipping reasonably priced and I bet delicious caps. The monastery shot is beatifully moody.

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  4. I remember that wall in Lucca when we visited last year but the summer heat made it a bit uncomfortable when rushing through Lucca to see what we could see before heading to Pisa. If I could go back I would try to do it cooler climates. Nice post & door pic (we were also in Cinque Terre before heading inland).

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  5. What a beautiful assortment of images. I am quite amazed with that blank canvas. I can hardly wait to see how you use it. Thank you so much for joining Friday’s Hunt. Hope you have a great week!

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  6. Good morning Jesh, I always look forward to your posts. the first shot of the reflections and sand bank in Italy is lovely, and it is funny how so many people loved the door. I did too. Your grands are so sweet. Our grands make our world go round. Smile. Your studio is huge and your blank canvas will come alive with your art which I look forward to seeing finished. Amazing idea for rolling the canvas as you work.
    Have a lovely week and thank you for joining Blue Monday as always.
    xo,
    Jeanne

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