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Painting Painting - Cherokee Trail Of Tears Mother And Child by Laura  Grisham

Cherokee Trail Of Tears Mother And Child is a painting by Laura Grisham which was uploaded on May 22nd, 2009.

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,.~* Sweet Love *~.,

Laura Stunning Work and A Big Congrats on your sale!!! :)

Gorgeous!! Congratulations on your sale, Laura!

Congratulations on your sale Laura!!

Congrats on your sale! :)

This is so beautiful. I love the texture, color, and emotion.

Laura Grisham replied:

You really do 'get' my art, don't you Beth? That makes my heart sing!

This is a beautiful painting and your style is your own.

Laura Grisham replied:

Thanks so much for your note, Connie. I am still discovering my style and your words have helped me to confirm what I already suspected! Please stay in touch! Laura

Laura, Thanks for the nice comments on my 9/11 painting. You know, I live in Clarksville (on the Trail of Tears), and everytime I hear it mentioned it brings to mind a "catering company" that once opened here and called themselves "Trail of Tears Caterers". At the time I remember thinking, what a depressing name for a caterer. As you might imagine they left in a trail of tears and were shortly out of business. NOW I see, if they had only had one of your wonderful paintings in the sign/logo - they would have been a resounding success! What wonderful work you turn out - I can see you believe in color, as I do! Thanks ....larry

What more can I say, Laura, after the others? Except how can I get to Dr. Bradley's? Peace, etc., Bruce

Thanks Stephen. I just sold this piece 2 weeks ago...very exciting!

Very nice Laura, love the textures, composition and coloring!

Ironic isn't it? Such beautiful people who endured so much hurt and sorrow. Thanks for taking the time to comment.

Beautiful painting so colorful, yet so sad.

Thanks so much for your KNOW I love your work!

I love textures in this piece. Makes it very dreamy, yet real.

Marlene, I am so glad that you were able to "feel" my painting. There was a lot of pain and sorrow with each stroke but the bright colors promise new life and new beginnings. There is nothing I can teach you that you probably do not already know... let God guide you and your work and you will always find joy in your painting. Blessings, Laura Grisham

You weave such magic into your colorful paintings,Laura....I want to learn more about Native Americans...very spiritual meaning! When I was a camp fire girl many years go (many many)lol I was given the name E-ha we..laughing maiden...: > ) marlene~ who will tak emore time to study your beautiful artworks.

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