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Asl Painting - More Today Than Yesterday - American Sign Language by Eloise Schneider

More Today Than Yesterday - American Sign Language is a painting by Eloise Schneider which was uploaded on February 13th, 2013.

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outstanding!

Thank you Shawn for the feature in the group Seasons of Beauty! :>)

Thank you for the feature in the group All Types of Women!!

Thank you for the feature in the group Silhouettes. :>)

Thank you for the feature in For the Love of Art Gallery.

Thank you Bruce for the feature in the group Comfortable Art.

Thank you Tbone for featuring my piece in the group Body Parts in Art! :>)

Thank you for the feature in USA Artists News!!

Thank you for the feature in the group Beauty of this World!!

Thankyou Kelly for the feature in the group Signs.

Thank you Elizabeth. My daughter taught her children also. "More" was the first sign they learned - more milk, more food, more love. :>)

Thank you James for the feature in the group Beauty.

I really like the colors that you used for the hands/fingers. And those are very nice writings that you have with the description of this painting. For me personally, it brings memories of my little one. We taught the sign for "more" before the word could be spoken and it was used limitlessly. Good memories. Thanks. : ) f&v

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