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Jersey-angus Cross Painting - What Color Cocoa by Susan  Clark

What Color Cocoa is a painting by Susan Clark which was uploaded on August 21st, 2012.

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What a wonderful painting! She looks so gentle.

Susan Clark replied:

She is a pet! Thank you!

This is a beautiful cow..and they can be so sweet too :)) voted!

Susan Clark replied:

Spoken like a girl who knows cows! Thank you.

Susan I have already voted for this painting I am back to visit for The Art Shoppe Cafe - Pets theme. this is just a great painting,

Susan Clark replied:

Thank you, Sue!

Lovelyl work with good variety of color, shapes and texture. I enjoyed the story too. v/fav/Fb

Susan Clark replied:

I'd love to meet you, Kathy! If you need to fly away from the snow, come see me in CA! Thank you for your comments!

Very nice watercolor Susan! My guess is spotted next :) V

Susan Clark replied:

Right now, she's looking pretty black again. Maybe chameleon?

wonderful, my guess is she will be a bit more red

Susan Clark replied:

We'll see. I will have to put the photographs up in January or February to find the winner! Thank you.

Susan this is a great painting I like it the way the cows head is turned to look at you. I am like a kid when I see cows in the field I can be driving down a country road and I see some and I shout " Look Cows!!" it always cracks everyone up and I always want to stop and go to the fence. Strange I know but cows like attention and I think they get overlooked cause of there size.anyways... Voted and Favorite

Susan Clark replied:

Sue is right! Cows are very curious regarding people, and even other animals, cats and dogs, can become friends with cows with time!

what a great painting Susan F&V

Susan Clark replied:

Fatimah, Thank you very much!

What a sweet cow portrait! I just love her face expression you captured, fantastic job you did!! Thank you, Susan:)!!

Susan Clark replied:

Xueling, thank you!

Simply beautiful...excellent work !

Susan Clark replied:

Thank you, Sorin. I love your work!

I have to Vote Again for Cocoa. The first vote was to the heifer capture. The second vote was for the description. Susan, Thank you for sharing Cocoa's story! Marcie

Susan Clark replied:

Thank you so much, Marcie

Susan, what a wonderful painting..after I read the story of Cocoa, I became more fond of the cute look of this beautiful image..V&F)

Susan Clark replied:

Thank you, Bedros. I may have spoiled her a tad. She calls me "Maaa..."

Sweet baby face - very moving! vote. Marcie

Susan Clark replied:

Thank you, Marcie.

OK, I'll bite, Susan! My guess is that she will be mostly black, with red highlights! She still looks like a sweet girl, whatever her color. V

Susan Clark replied:

Thanks Kenny, you just might win! At least that is the way she seems to be going.

wow this is fantastic lovely image, very cool work !! F / V

Susan Clark replied:

Thank you, Andrzej!

I'm hosting a contest here. Guess what color Cocoa will be in 2013! Winner to receive a full size, FAA print! Black, Red or Spotted?

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