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    Dancing in the Light II

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    5.00 (1 votes)
    Price: 2,800.00 USD
    Contact marney@marneyward.com
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    Added 2017-05-18 22:38:46
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    Description

    These pale pink fuchsias were suspended from a hanging basket at the famous Butchart Gardens in Victoria, BC, Canada. I loved the way they seemed to capture and transform the sunlight in their fragile, transparent petals.

    Specific details

    Name of Artist: Marney Ward SFCA, SCA
    Width (inches): 21
    Height (inches): 29
    Country: Canada
    Media: Watercolor
    Painting Style: Representational: Landscape / Nature

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    5.00
    Composition
    5.00
    Mood
    5.00
    Originality
    5.00

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    Bright and cheerful! Love the ambiance.

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