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Kokopelli Painting - Kokopelli Dancing Up A Storm by Anne-Elizabeth Whiteway

Kokopelli Dancing Up A Storm is a painting by Anne-Elizabeth Whiteway which was uploaded on March 4th, 2011.

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Brilliant creation Anne..

Beautiful work, Anne-Elizabeth! Lovely colors and design! f/v

Makes me happy to look at. Wonderful feeling of motion and dance!

I add this work to my favorite folder!

I vote for this piece!

I like!

Beautifully done! I love the colors and movement in this paiting of one of my favorite figures in Native American art, Kokopelli! Bravo!

Anne -Elizabeth , Many Thanks to you for your superlative comments. June

Great movement and colours, Allen

Anne,This is so good. Texture,color,sparkle and detail. Love it hun.Hope you have a good day. Thanks and Hugs,Marsha

What a funn painting. Hope you enjoy your trip to Long Island.

Love the happy spirit and happy feet of this painting! What a spontaneous sense of fun!

Hi Anne-Elizabeth. This is lovely! I like the color choices you made for this and the way you depicted the motion. Well done! Roseann

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