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Blue Ridge Painting - Blue Ridge Mountains East Fall Art Abstract by Catherine Twomey

Blue Ridge Mountains East Fall Art Abstract is a painting by Catherine Twomey which was uploaded on May 2nd, 2012.

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I greatly appreciate your comments, David and Gene. I'll keep painting!

Congrats on your sale!

Congratulations!

Wonderful! Congrats on your sale!

Catherine Twomey replied:

Thank you so much Terry, your support and kind words are greatly appreciated.

Thank you very much, Anthony - very kind of you! I'm thrilled about the sale.

Catherine, this painting simply vibrates with colour and what a striking composition. Many congratulations. Voted.

Beautiful work! Congrats on your sale. l/f/tw

Catherine Twomey replied:

Thanks so much!

Thank you all so much for your kind comments about my work. And thanks to Fine Art America (this is not paid advertising) - it's a relief knowing they will deliver a very high quality work to this supportive buyer.

Beautiful! Congratulations on your sale Catherine!

congrats on your sale Catherine

nice!

Very appealing. Congratulations!

Congrats on your sale!

Thanks very much Ramona.

congrats!

Catherine Twomey replied:

Thank you very much.

congrats, nice beautiful work

Catherine Twomey replied:

Thanks for your very kind comments.

Wow! What a beautiful abstract of the Blue Ridge Mountains! Congrats on your sale!

Catherine Twomey replied:

Thanks much for your kind words. You must know the Blue Ridge too!

Congratulations!!!

Catherine Twomey replied:

Thanks, greatly appreciated.

Congratulations!!!

Catherine Twomey replied:

Very grateful for your kind words.

nice art!

Catherine Twomey replied:

Very kind of you - thanks.

Thank you, much appreciated. Those beautiful fall colors are coming up again in Virginia.

Splendid image.

Hi Mary, Thanks for your kind words. I didn't photograph the original (which is only 11 X 14"); I scanned it in at a high resolution, then took it into Photoshop and cleaned up any artifacts and imbalances I didn't like. So it still retains the look and feel of a painting on canvas, but is a high quality digital image. The large mural (12' X 24') was made from an original scan and printed very durably on aluminum by PhotoWorks, a company in the Charlottesville, Virginia area.

Quite beautiful as a very large mural. Just wondering, how did you photograph it so well?

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