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Text Painting - Removing Your Worries by Pauline Lim

Removing Your Worries is a painting by Pauline Lim which was uploaded on October 22nd, 2008.

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Congratulations on your sale!

Congratulations

Magnificent piece. Congratulations

Wow, thank you all for your positive comments! I appreciate it very much and am inspired to continue painting.

Congrats on your sale!

So very lovely painting!

CoNgRaTs on your sale Pauline!

congrats

Pauline, A Perfect title to a perfect painting! Congrats on your sale!

great work, Pauline!

I really like the work and the titles :)

I would like this better if the title wasn't painted on top of the figures. And why is "worries" painted twice?

I have just spent over an hour with these 25 paintings. I feel as if I had over-dosed! They are so wonderful. You certainly deserve all the awards listed in your bio! Any of these could be my favorite. I guess I picked this one because of the adult/child relationship (also specific in #23, but it is really an aspect-a theme-of most if not all of them. Thank you. Pauline! I'll be back!

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