Coconut Grove is the oldest continuously inhabited neighborhood of Miami, FL. In 1825 immigrants settled the Grove area when the Cape Florida Lighthouse was operating. In 1925, 100 years later, it was annexed by the City of Miami. "The Grove" has long been known for its lush vegetation of flowers, trees & many coconut palms. A short distance to the East it borders beautiful Biscayne Bay. And a short drive north-east weaving over expressways you will reach Miami Beach & South Beach extending to North Beach. It is a great place to visit and residents would not live elsewhere.
I was named Douglas after an uncle, so I use the double given name Douglas Ann (Lewis was my maiden name). I started painting at a very late age. My husband's work took us to London in 1976 where I enjoyed the Galleries & Museums. Moving onto Aberdeen, Scotland in 1978 I joined the Women's Petroleum Club art group which was being taught by persons from Gray's School of Art. I attended evening classes at Gray's School which was very overwhelming & enjoyable. Returning to the USA in 1984 I mostly continued china painting initiated in Scotland. Various Senior Citizen Centers offered art lessons & presently as a member of the "League of Roanoke Artists" they are my critique group. I only paint in oils now. Enjoy my images. "dals"
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