She has a lot to say… yet she’s saying it all in ur work. Luv it.’ Thanks Paul;-)
Thank you for sharing your talent. I went to a charming antique store, downtown Gatlinburg, and when I first saw the Aunt Emily painting, I immediately teared up.
It’s beautiful, it pulled on my memories of my own grandmother who lived in rural Kentucky. She was as emotionally hard and course in the face, but a giving, kind heart. She would slave away, using all her food supply, even though extremely poor, to feed you a big warm meal. But, you never wanted to disappoint her.
I just wanted to write and thank you for the needed “emotional unblocker” to help me cry, and remind me of the kind of women I want to be…Simple.
Thank you so much for the beauty you have captured. The souls who are portrayed in your gallery are a reminder that humility and grace in everyday living are what life is or should be all about. We loved being in your gallery – we will enjoy for many years and pass along as treasures the paintings of Joseph and Daniel. With every good wish for your continued success.
Thank you very much all is appreciated