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Lucy is a painting by Jeffrey Foti which was uploaded on December 26th, 2009.
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18.000 x 24.000 x 1.000 inches
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Painting - Acyrlic On Canvas
December 26th, 2009
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This is a beautiful piece as is all of your art. You posted on my page long time ago.... sorry i never responded. i guess i kinda lost interest in the site for a while, along with not having the time to fairly devote to it. Well now i have more time to devote to it. i am loving all the new features! Thanks for your comment! Keep up the beautiful work! PEACE
Hi Jeffrey: I Like This Portrait Of Lucy; Simply But You Catch The Very Essence Of Her. Similar Like You, I Have Been Painting Since I Was A Child. I Never Had Any Lessons, Iím Self Taught. Thanks For Your Time And Consideration In Viewing My Artwork And For Your Kindness On Your Very Well Appreciate Comments.
Good To See You At FineArtAmerica; Thanks Once Again, Benito Alonso; ArtAlonso
Jeffrey: First of all, thanks for your comment months ago about my work "Rumbera".
"A LOVE LUCY". Congratulation for your work that is wonderful.
Thanks for your wonderful feedback on my artwork. I can see you have a lot of fun painting and enjoy color as much as I do. I am a chicken when it comes to portraits and admire your talent!
I like this painting of Lucy.
Hey Jeffrey . . . Mr. "Out Sider", I like that. I love Lucy too (wink-wink) I really appreciate your style. Thanks for you kind words of inspiration as well. By the way, I like to think of myself as an "Out Sider" Ain't it Kool!
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