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Fawn Pug Laying Painting - Pug Laying Flat by Christy  Freeman

Pug Laying Flat is a painting by Christy Freeman which was uploaded on June 15th, 2010.

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Super cute!

Adorable! Congratulations on your sale Christy!!!

Congrats, Christy! This is a wonderful piece....so cute! ~Teshia

Congratulations on your new $ale Christy!

Awesome Christy congrats

beautiful water colors

Love that Pug! Congratulations on your sale!

Great pug picture! Congrats!

Adorable! Congrats on your sale! v -Kim

congratulations!

Beautful watercolor! Great little pug!

This is truly a beautiful water color painting of a pug - this guy looks so much like my lil guy.

Congratulations on your sale.

it takes true talent to make a pug look so gorgeous! fabulous technique!

Congratulations on your sale Christy!!

OMG that is too cute!

Congratulations on your sale Christy! Cute!

I love how you have colors like pink and purple and blue in this, it really brings out the emotion, I did that in a drawing i did for class and it turned out really well, it's a wonderful method

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