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Mona Edulescu Pastel - Santorini by Mona Edulesco

Santorini is a pastel by Mona Edulesco which was uploaded on February 19th, 2012.

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Very nice Mona!

Thank you so much, Oiyee... so glad you like it. :)

How did I miss this wonderful pastel ? You've really done the island justice with your magical touches, Mona! fv

Thanks a lot Nader!

Amazing perspective and colors ..!!! V

Thank you so much dear Vivian! :)

Thank you so much, Cheri for your lovely compliments... glad you like my Santorini pastel. :)

Mona, Congratulations on being selected artist of the month in the Creative Women Artist Group! There is so much talent exhibited in your Gallery, it's difficult to select just one favorite. I especially like this one because it is an unusual depiction of the Island, and it takes me back to the experience of wandering the maze of streets in the evening. Beautiful! voted

Thank you very much, Alga! :)

Wonderful gallery, everything :)

Thank you very much, Gwyn...

Beautiful ... the lack of detail makes for a unique architectural abstract Mona ... v/f

Thank you very much, Sandra.

Beautiful pastel work!!! V/F

Thank you so much dear Vivian...

Thank you very much, Mathilde! I appreciate your comment a lot. :)

Beautiful scene, Mona! I love the dark blue against the white, creating a dark sense of the interior and exterior beyond and drawing them together.

Larry, thank you very much for the feature of my pastel in the "Mediterranean Artists" group! :)

Thank you, Marsha, very much... you're so kind...hugs!

Mona,Wonderful art work. You do pastel so awesome. This piece is great. You cover the all you need to make awesome art. Love the main color. Wish I could do it. Go dear.!!! Thanks on comments,appreciated tons. Hugs,Marsha V&F

thank you very much, Carol for this special comment!

Mona, Your pastel work is fabulous, this demonstrates the interesting architecture and angles in a lovely loose style.

Thanks a lot, Andrea!

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