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Art Painting - Christmas In Fox Creek Village by Catherine Holman

Christmas In Fox Creek Village is a painting by Catherine Holman which was uploaded on July 15th, 2010.

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Catherine Holman replied:

Many thanks Johanna!

Thanks Fran!

Very warm and fuzzy memories associated with scenes like these! :-)

Thanks so much Jean!

You work is full of joy and a delight to view :)

Hi Lois, I'm definitely old enough to remember those! I'm so glad that I could bring back those wonderful memories for you. I paint scenes that bring back memories for me too. I love to depict life in a simpler times in my paintings. It makes me happy when I paint and dream about the people living there.

Catherine, I think I may have figured out a tiny part of my fascination with these wonderful scenes of yours ... when I was little, at Christmas my mom would let me decorate a shelf with cotton balls, and those wonderful old cardboard houses with the glitter snow (are you old enough to remember them??) and the glitter-snow trees ... it was SO much fun ... I'd make a dark blue construction paper background and sides and hang snowflakes (tied to string and hung with a thumbtack) ... a tin-foil lake ... everything I could thing of ... I think your wonderful snow images must remind me of those!!! Of course, YOUR images look a WHOLE lot better, lol!!!!!! Thanks for the memory, sweetie!!!!!

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