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People Painting - Barons Estate by AnnaJo Vahle

Baron's Estate is a painting by AnnaJo Vahle which was uploaded on April 16th, 2012.

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CONGRATULATIONS AnnaJo! This wonderful image has been FEATURED on the homepage of the FAA Group No Place Like Home 5/15/2016

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AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you so much, Joe. I am tickled that you bothered and commented so nicely.

Do you mean to tell me that there are people who STILL talk to each other--I mean face-to-face--I mean with no iPhone and no XBox or whatever they call that thing? Seriously, slow time is not no-time, it is the best time when it is allowed to happen without batteries. Your work is important.

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you so much, Joe. I totally agree with you about having a good time actually spending time casually talking with family and friends.

Looks almost like a photograph! Awesome work AnnaJo! L/Fav

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you very much, Phyllis. This is in Loxley, Alabama….not too far from you.

A wonderful piece of art. Thank you for entering the Toads and Frogs contest. Good luck!

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you very much for accepting my painting, Jane. I worried that you might not see the frog.

: ) F/V

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you, Matt.

A very happy and warm scene dear AnnaJo...Love it!!! F/V.

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you, Clotilde! I very much appreciate your visit, comment, and f/v.

Iconic

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you very much, Matt.

AnneJo I cannot get over the fine details in this painting from the blades of grass , to the facial expressions, to the shadows and reflections! Brilliant! v/f

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you much, Tessa. I am flattered by your generous comment and f/v

CONGRATULATIONS on your Third Place in The Human Family Contest sponsored by Old MASTERS--Painters and Traditional Arts. Excellent work! v/f/feature.

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Oh wow! I am very pleased. Thank you, Lenore.

This creation on canvas goes as an instant fav.

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you very much, Joe.

Wonderful memory painting, AnnaJo!!! Gorgeous depiction of relaxed family life in Alabama! v/f

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thanks so much, Hanne.

What a lovely tribute to your family. Love your paintings. V/F

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

I am delighted that I did it. It is the last time that my mother and I took that drive. It was something that we used to do together on a regular basis. We felt like Thelma and Louise as we would hit the road together and look for adventures.

Wonderful work! I am so amazed each time I visit!! v/f

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

I am so pleased that you do visit and take the take to comment, Debbie. Thank you.

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AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you very much, Nicla. I am flattered and delighted.

Great painting. Featured on Influence by Edward Hopper, welcome to the group.

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you very much, Robert. I am tickled to be in such company.

wow - what a great work of art ! A picture is truly worth a thousand words - there is a whole life story going on here.

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you, Steve. There was a lot that I tried to show in the various positions and details. I am pleased that you noticed.

What a neat slice of life painting AnnaJo! We Voted! Celebrate life, Debra and Dave

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you very much. I appreciate it.

Thank you Anne. I appreciate that you noticed the details that I thought helped to tell a story.

Folksy and fabulous--one can almost here crickets chirping. All three of the people have their eyes looking at someone or something approaching from off in the distance. The asbestos siding that was so popular 60 odd years ago is perfectly painted. Stumps askew--flower pots large and small--even a green toad! (^_^)

Thank you.

It's a very pleasing southern scene.

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