9/4/18 Painting

Another one where the drips led me. It’s hard to see the details i.e. going in with a fine point sharpie in places.

In other news, I lost my dog Beau on the last day of August. The IG post is from Chris, whose hikes Beau went on with great joy for many years. Beau was just shy of his tenth birthday. I still have his brother, Birdy, who seems kind of stunned.

So I guess fall is here. Best wishes to all for the new season.

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18 responses to “9/4/18 Painting”

  1. janetweightreed10 says :

    I Love your painting….the colours are wonderful. I am so sorry to hear about Beau. Losing a loved animal is so difficult…but focus on the wonderful times you had with him. Janet xx

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  2. robbiesinspiration says :

    I am very sorry. It is terribly hard when you loss a pet.

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  3. V.J. Knutson says :

    So sorry to hear of the loss of your dear companion. Never easy. The colours in your painting are fantastic as are the shapes that emerged.

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  4. Jodi says :

    Sooooo sorry about Beau!!! I was so ready to say how delightfully bright and beautiful your painting was and how happy it made me….. then I read about Beau and am so sad.

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  5. rivrvlogr says :

    I’m sorry to hear about Beau. I know how hard it is. It sounds like Birdy will need some extra loving.

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  6. memadtwo says :

    Lovely tribute Nina. The painting connects the old and the new. (K)

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  7. Jane Dougherty says :

    The curse of big dogs is that they don’t live long enough. Hang onto Birdy and keep the colours flowing.

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  8. Betty Hayes Albright says :

    My condolences to you on the loss of your dear dog, Nina. That’s so hard, losing a pet. Beautiful tribute.

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  9. lynn__ says :

    Sorry to hear your Beau is gone! Sounds like he had a good life.

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  10. Michael Richards (certainline) says :

    So sorry to hear about Beau. Dogs return your love a hundred times over, and I bet old Beau was well-loved!

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