My father and sister with painting "Waiting for the clothes to dry" at the Capitol of Maine.
Blanka Teresa Flisiuk Peridot
Bellissimo reportage famigliare, ottima composizione, LIKE! Sinceri saluti, ciao MAURO :-)
Dear friend, you are a big creator, and of course i Like this marvelous photo!!!!
Good afternoon from Greece-Halkidiki.
Thank you Mauro and Nikos for your very kind words.
Very good preparation. I like.
Best regards, Sri Lanka JD.
Those clothes dry in many locations. Must be the high humidity.
phoenix, AZ usa
This is my father and sister with my painting. all diseased.
This is their homage to my art: my dear father's and sister, Blanka's , and NOW my humble homage to them.
Lacrimosa 2007 and 2009
My condolences. Sorry about the flip remark at this memorial to your family.
From the writings of the Baha'i Faith:
Know thou of a truth that the soul, after its separation from the body, will continue to progress until it attaineth the presence of God, in a state and condition which neither the revolution of ages and centuries, nor the changes and chances of this world, can alter. It will endure as long as the Kingdom of God, His sovereignty, His dominion and power will endure. It will manifest the signs of God and His attributes, and will reveal His loving kindness and bounty.
May your father and sister behold the splendors of God from the loftiest mount.
Hello tceng, thank you very much, and no apologies needed. Thank you for the beautiful writing, which I will explore further, and your so well written condolences. It is meaningful and will remain dear to me. I have discovered your Gallery! Thanks again, and have a nice weekend, sincerely, Marcel
And I have discovered your art. I was looking to see if you do any mural work, since I've seen some street art stylistically similar to yours.
Thank you very much Chris.
Lorissia R. Autery born 1876 - born to kill
She's just a picture
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Photo taken in Augusta, ME, USA
Misplaced? Suggest new location