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Reply JamisonCardy
11:26 PM on December 10, 2017 
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Reply artbycoleen
1:07 PM on June 23, 2017 

Linda says...

Love your work.  Your style goes from total, accurate realistic paintings, to geometrical, to abstract.  Keep up the good work!!

Thank you so much Linda! 

Reply Linda
3:00 PM on June 22, 2017 

Love your work.  Your style goes from total, accurate realistic paintings, to geometrical, to abstract.  Keep up the good work!!

Reply artbycoleen
12:21 PM on June 9, 2017 

Ed Mills says...

Awesome paintings.  I have many already hanging in my home and I'm looking forward to adding more to my collection. The resins seem to change every time I look at them.  

Thank you so much for the Awesome reaction to my paintings.  Yes, the resins have a constantly changing appearance which can be unique to the individual viewer.  Glad you are supportive of my art!

Reply artbycoleen
12:17 PM on June 9, 2017 

Great to have some visitors to my web site since I recentlly updated it.  Great to share some new art as well as some archived work with family, friends and art lovers!


Reply Ed Mills
5:58 PM on June 8, 2017 

Awesome paintings.  I have many already hanging in my home and I'm looking forward to adding more to my collection. The resins seem to change every time I look at them.  

Reply Jess Mills
5:21 PM on June 8, 2017 

Beautiful work! I am constantly in awe of your talent. I love seeing your exploration of new mediums. Your Zebras have always been a favorite of mine, but now I am also in love with your shore birds and abstracts! I can't wait to see what you do next!

Reply artbycoleen
11:17 AM on November 25, 2009 
I'm so glad you visited my site. Please sign in and let me know if you have a favorite piece of art work - painting or sculpture.