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Friday, November 14, 2014


Vincent's Pets

8x8 gallery wrap SOLD

What could be more fun than to know that 
Vincent took his pets along to watch him 
paint Starry Night!

Artist Note

This is for a fundraiser to support the 
Humane Society here in Las Cruces, NM.
Lots of wonderful paintings will be sold
Click on link to see the full exhibit.
Maybe you will see something you would 
enjoy owning at a very reasonable price.


  1. C'est vrai que l'absinthe fait voir des choses étranges, pas laides, non ! mais un peu particulières quand-même !

  2. This one made me smile Julie. Just wonderful :)

  3. what a great artistic idea! this is wonderful and beautiful!

  4. Julie - what a charming painting...made me smile and warmed my heart at the same time. A true work of art! Hugs!

  5. A great, 'In the style of" Julie; looks like you enjoyed yourself!

    You remain as busy as ever I'm pleased to see

  6. Wow original...and such a wonderful fundraiser. I know it will be so successful Julie. This painting is fantastic.... and now I will click on the link...
    thanks for sharing.

  7. How beautiful Julie! This one made me smile from ear to ear...Vincent would definitely approve :)

  8. I love the idea and the painting is beautiful

  9. I saw your post yesterday and was tickled with the idea that Vincent would have had some pets. Seems like just thing he might have needed!

    A wonderfully imagined piece:)

  10. This is so wonderful Julie! It makes me feel happy.

  11. heehee! omg- how fun is that!! If he didn't have pets...they certainly would have enriched his life! (and maybe he would have kept both ears!). Who knows!! The thought of this made me smile!!

  12. Now how much fun is this! Great cause, great painting.

  13. There is a very unique feeling in this--awakens feelings from two directions--hard to put into words!

  14. Julie, I love, love, love this painting. If it wasn't alread sold I'd buy it in a heartbeat. It makes me smile.

  15. Hi Julie, this is totally gorgeous. Is it really sold or just waiting for someone to buy in the fund raiser?

  16. This is so fabulous Julie! I love a humorous twist to a classic - I have been brewing an idea myself lately for "The Lady of Shallot". You have painted it with such vibrance!! I'm sure it will be snapped up!


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