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    Geography Of A Life

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    30x60 Resin and Pigments on Wood Panel. In the geography of a life, there is constant movement and the rivers and mountains we cross evolve over time. The shores of relationships may be carved out by the tide of time, but when you step back and see the overall landscape it really is quite colorful, imperfect and beautiful all at once.

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    Name of Artist: Christie Neale
    Country: United States
    Width (inches): 30
    Height (inches): 60
    Media: Mixed-Media

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