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Dog Portraits Painting - Miss Lucy by Kaytee Esser

Miss Lucy is a painting by Kaytee Esser which was uploaded on July 25th, 2008.

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congrats!

Kaytee Esser replied:

Thank you lazaro!

Congrats on your sale.

Kaytee Esser replied:

Thank you Odon, I appreciate you!

Congrat's ..very nice!

very nice :) congrats

Kaytee Esser replied:

Thank you Jyoti.

love the colors looks like pastels, awesome

Kaytee Esser replied:

Thank you Donna, you are very observant.

LOve the colors you used. Vibrant and alive.

Excellent color work! What a gorgeous portrait! It just glows!

Kaytee Esser replied:

Thank you Susan.

Terrific composition Kaytee, and as usual,...your color palette is dynamic and strong. .............Joe

Kaytee Esser replied:

Thanks Joe, it means a lot to me to hear from you

Your use of color is stimulating with its vibrancy. Your style is great as well as your technique

Kaytee Esser replied:

Thank you Pat, love your style as well

If only I could paint like this!! I love it.

Kaytee Esser replied:

Thank you Joyce, we all have different paths we take for our art and that's a good thing.

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