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Final September batch of Mini Matisse

I sent off another 50 small wood rounds to Art-o-mat at the end of September 2019.

You can see my packaging in the background of this shot.  I tried to limit my color palette and focus on tropical flora inspired by Matisse.  I really enjoyed painting this red coral.

My goal has been to finish 100 pieces of work per month, but lately I've experienced some family tragedies that have taken over my time and emotions.  

So to highlight the positive, here are some cute pictures of the family having fun in September.


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