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Bride Painting - Reading The Prophet By Kahil Gibran  by Trudi Doyle

Reading The Prophet By Kahil Gibran is a painting by Trudi Doyle which was uploaded on May 19th, 2011.

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Congratulations for your 10-4-15 feature on the Greeting Cards For All Occasions homepage!

Very well presented, Trudi! Love the colors in this watercolor!

Pretty painting, Trudi! :) kk

Wonderful painting! V.

Excellent work!

Nice work. l/f

Congratulations your creative and unique art work is featured in the "Out Of The Ordinary" group! Beautiful!

Beautiful, restful, endlessly fascinating to study as I have said before. My DFM&N for January 24.

Trudi, one absolutely gorgeous watercolor masterpiece of pure creativity and beauty. Love the colors and textures and composition of this beauty! LIKED and FAVED

Your paintings are always filled with interesting details to explore. Fascinating.

Love the colors, light, composition and texture in your watercolor, Trudi!!! L/F

CONGRATULATIONS!! Featured on Women Painters. Great artwork. Love the colours, textures and composition!!!!

Wonderful painting with gorgeous colors and so much to see. She must be reading a fabulous book! l/f

What a very nice presentation and congrats for being featured!! v/f/t

hoo gad , i love your work is fantastic and inspirime, sorry for my english but not speak to much.... ....congratolations.... this pint is my the composition ...

lovely! v

My favorite artwork for today 05-1-2013 in the group Female Artists !! F/V .... I love Kahil Gibran and the poem "marriage" is particularly loved by me. How much knowledge locked in this poem!! Great work, love how you have done this!!! ....Fill each other's cup but drink not from one cup. ....Sing and dance together and be joyous, but let each one of you be alone, ...And stand together, yet not too near together: ...For the pillars of the temple stand apart, And the oak tree and the cypress grow not in each other's shadow." Khalil Gibran

CONGRATULATIONS!! Featured on Female Artists!! Great artwork. Love the colours, textures and composition!!!!!

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