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by Charlotte Blanchard
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Our shower curtains are made from 100% polyester fabric and include 12 holes at the top of the curtain for simple hanging from your own shower curtain rings. The total dimensions of each shower curtain are 71" wide x 74" tall.
I love painting arches, but here I didn't have one so I substituted an umbrella for my beloved arches. I like the vibrant colors and how your eye... more
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I love painting arches, but here I didn't have one so I substituted an umbrella for my beloved arches. I like the vibrant colors and how your eye follows the twist and turns of the color red from the foreground to the background.
I enjoy painting scenes of Annecy over and over again, when I do, I am there!
Growing up on a small family farm in Hubbardsville, New York, Charlotte canít remember not drawing or painting. As an only child, she entertained herself for hours on end, escaping into the world of art. At the age of 11, the family made a drastic move to Florida, where Charlotte continued to find solace in the art world and was fortunate enough to take drawing lessons with AE "Bean" Backus, a well- known Florida artist. He encouraged her to be unique and find her own style as he saw promise in her work and passion. She spent the next couple decades of her life experimenting with different techniques in oil and water color paintings. Many of her paintings portrayed her love for horses and Upstate New York scenery to...
Athala Carole Bruckner
... another beautiful work, Charlotte ! The details are awesome ... ! The Best, Juergen