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Abstract Painting - Commisceration For Anne-elizabeth Whitelaw by Bruce Combs - REACH BEYOND

Commisceration For Anne-elizabeth Whitelaw is a painting by Bruce Combs - REACH BEYOND which was uploaded on February 9th, 2013.

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Thank you again Bruce. We finally got a new dog, a puppy. Named her Shelly. She's so sweet and affectionate & of course gets into everything. (she is a "Sheltie", Shetland Sheepherder). Still miss Happy of course. Blessings to YOU.

I came back to see this spectacularly expressive and beautiful painting again BRUCE. Thank you again. LF

Thank you again Bruce!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have written an e-mail to you today to thank you for the surprise I received today. Thank you for your kindness and thoughtfulness. Blessings to you always.

Thank you Bruce. This is very special, memorable and insightful. Your kind and inspirational words in your description have helped me go through the grieving process of the death of our sweet and much loved dog, Happy. Of course we will always miss her. It has been over a year since she died, but I think of her every day. The waggy tail, the snuggles, the unconditional love, petting her soft fur, her appreciation for our care for her, the way she'd like to look out the window & spot deer running through our yard and bark until we le her out to chase therm. I liked the way she would obey me when I trained her to sit, stay, come and "down". She slept in our big king size bed every night even up until she was weak and barely able to jump up on the bed (we would help her). The way her eyes stayed open when the doctor injected her to "put her to sleep". The way I could not believe she was gone. She had inoperable cancer but I feel as if I should have noticed something was wrong sooner, so I have guilt. I don't want to make my pain sound any worse than anyone else's who has lost a pet. I simply wanted to go back and think about her outloud. She was the sweetest, cutest Spaniel, even up to the very end. As many people know, a pet is like a family member.....or IS a famiy member. Thank you dear Bruce. Blessings to you always for your thoughtfulness and unselfishness. You have lightened my burden through your words and by allowing me to express myself here. .

Very Xpressive........Bruce.......Love these colorz.... complementing........!!!!!!!! ............( .-)

Wonderful painting, the colors and the feeling at once caught my eyes. It gets far more meaning after reading your words, so beautifuly comforting and full of sympathy! FV

Came to visit your amazing galleries dear Bruce and immediately was drawn (again) to this painting...one of my favorites of yours. The painting is superb...full of energy, movement, and gives me such a sense of the vitality and contrast of life, but your words...oh your words....how I needed to read those again today. Your words are an art unto themselves...art that reveals a wise and loving heart and soul, for which I am most grateful! v/f

Lovely

Dear Bruce, This is a glorious and gorgeous painting! Thank you for the eloquent and memorable words you have written in your description abouto the loss of our dog, "Happy". You have helped me greatly by your kindness. Blessings and peace to you always, friend. F/V

Most fascinating play of colors and shapes in this work Bruce. I'm so happy you finally took up the brush, You have so much to share. thank you v/f

Beautiful painting! Love the colors and the composition - voted & faved

I agree with Rory, beautifully written and gorgeous painting! v/f

Beautifully written and an amazing and gorgeous, vibrant painting!! What a wonderful way to deal with the grief of loss. v/f

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