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Indian Corn Painting - Indian Corn by Elizabeth H Tudor

Indian Corn is a painting by Elizabeth H Tudor which was uploaded on October 22nd, 2007.

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You are the real botanical artist!

I love the corn and all your work keep it up!

I love the detail on this one! amazing watercolor! Also, thank you for your kind comments! The chipmunks were a gift for my mom, but if someone buys it we will be $1,000,000 richer!

Thankyou Liz for the comment on my art. I love this peice youv'e done. Your handling of watercolor is great. Love your botanical style works too.

Elisabeth, that is a very good work, I love it, but I love all your artworks ;-)

Elizabeth Great work!! I was surprised you don,t sell giclees. They should work well for your kind of art I also saw the only one that had price the blueberries if I'm not wrong $ 64.00 for the original??? Is that right? That shoul be the price of a giclee. Sorry to be putting my two cents in.....but just trying to help Michael

WOW LIZ !!! I may have to start saving my pennies also - top notch.

Just wonderful! Love the colors, love the composition! Thank you for your warm welcome. Yelena.

oh for crying out loud i thought you were talking about meeeeeee. i was up all night doing chin push ups! soooo vain, lol.

LOL!! It was his scarf and his chins I was getting at..... your perfect...we both are!!!! ;-)) Thanks! Liz

great corn! see what you did liz i posted another headshot to show you i wasn't hiding a double chin just a wrinkled neck!! lol.

Really amazing work.. but then you already know how I feel about your skill..

Thanks guys... (your making me blush!!) From such great artists as FAA holds and yourselves they are dear comments and much appreciated!! XO Liz

I am compelled to weigh in on this one. It is superb. I would expect to find this in a bound volume of Early American botany in the Library of Congress.

Wow this is the bomb so real and perfect for the Holidays. There all wonderful but I think this is my favorite and it's going in my favorite box.

Indian corn always has interesting pattern. You make it even more beautiful.

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