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Women Painting - The Old Ways by Carolyn LeGrand

The Old Ways is a painting by Carolyn LeGrand which was uploaded on September 29th, 2008.

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Thank you Lyric for the feature of this painting in your great group!!

Congratulations, your creative and unique art work is featured in the "Out Of The Ordinary 1 a day" group!

Thank you Sora for the feature. I appreciate this very much.

Brava Carolyn! Your artwork is featured in Women Who Run With the Wolves.

Thank you Corey for the favorite.

Thank you Freddy!

Hi Rosy and a big thank you for your take on this piece. She is a fortune teller who doesn't lie and only speaks truth. Hard for some people who come her way to take. Yes the eyes have it. I appreciate your v/f also:)

Thank you Richard for your words,thoughts and compliments. I appreciate you sharing with me.

I am grabbed first and last by her eyes, the intransigent, intractable, immovable person behind those eyes. The eyes are mesmerizing. I might not want to know my fate from this serious soothsayer. Love this.

Thank you Sandra!


Carol, I like your work. Vivid and beautiful. Very creative and inspiring.

a very interesting piece i really like this one

You are very welcome :)

Most appreciated Mary!

Thank you so much for your compliment Ayan.

I like this Carolyn....well done ....a vote for this piece !

Thank you Shana for the feature:)

Beautiful colours lovely arrangement and interesting depth in meanning .

Thank you so much Janice for your lovely compliment!!

I love your work hon ^^ nicely done ^^!

Thank you Jane for your most welcomed comments and compliments.

This is a compelling piece of work! The elements and composition are just splendid. One of the other things I like is how the cool temperature color on the right side of the face gives it the illusion of shadow. Very well done, ma'am!

Very beautiful painting, Carolyn!

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