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Black Lab Painting - A Heros Welcome  by Michael Swanson

A Hero's Welcome is a painting by Michael Swanson which was uploaded on October 1st, 2012.

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Um WOW is all that comes to mind!!!! v/f

Thank you Randy and all others, your kind words always help to inspire me :)

Wonderful painting that has so much meaning...v

Michael, I am very impressed with this beauty and memorial painting of absolute devotion and beauty all rolled into one. Very awesome art work, and I just love the elements of this fabulous beauty! Thanks much for sharing! fave and vote

Tells a wonderful story and is well executed. I love it.

Beautiful. Great color and shadows!

Love this, a beautiful piece of art reflecting "Hometown America" v&f Carol

Very nice. Voted and faved.

Thanks I am happy that it leaves a positive feeling. I did this around the time of the original Iraq war, but sadly it seems to be perpetually relevant in this world we live in.

This is wonderful.

Very very nice!!! I just love this!! v/f/w

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