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September 30, 2007



These are lovely. What a wonderful class!


Your class sounds wonderful, Betsy. I like these very much and I can see why Cheryl did too! Such a nice idea for a series about the women in your life, and I like the way you mounted them to tie them together.



Betsy: I think the way that you mounted these into a triptych is supa-cool. That Bob sure is handy to have around.

I used some metallic paints on a project today and thought of you and some of the other shiny girls from the class.

Warning: I'm liftin' Jane's shot of you with your wonderful project for my blog. Do I have to call your agent first?

Fran aka Redondowriter

Betsy, I love your three pieces and how you have grouped them. Sounds like you have found your medium and I'm so glad you are blogging again. I'll have to put you back up as a link at Sacred Ordinary.


Hi Betsy, I've just discovered your blog thanks to the link from Cheryl. I love the way you've mounted these three on the board, it's really inspired and pulls them together into one project.


Each of the pieces is lovely on its own but I think your idea of displaying them as a tryptich makes the work really stand out.

The more I see of the work people learn/accomplish in classes the more I think I should sign up somewhere. There is something to be said for being "self taught" but learning techniques without all the trial and error would be nice.



I love your art. The photos are beautiful. What a great way to honor family.

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