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Horse Painting - Courage Course by Otis L Stanley

Courage Course is a painting by Otis L Stanley which was uploaded on September 17th, 2011.

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Nice picture!

Very striking and beautiful image.

Prayers to the family and friends of the late Dr. Amy Angelo. Blessings, O.

N I C E

Beautiful!

Prayers for a cure. peace, O.

Love this painting too! Nice work.

Oh, I just love this painting, Otis. Exceptional work ! f,v

Horses are one of my favorites to paint. Love it!

This is one noble and very expressive work, Otis! Congratulations!!

God bless the children.

such beautiful colour so stylish great piece

My favorite ! what a dashing figure, this elegant pink horse ! love the color harmony.

what a beautiful work, full of vivacity, happines and I adore the pink colours for this lovely horse!!!

This is a powerful piece!

Otis, this is very noble of you to commit yourself to this particular movement and thought. Cancer is such a dreadful disease. I like your choice of word in your description: "livicated" which is more associated with life; instead of "dedicated", which more likely has a "death" connotation. Great painting!!! Great subject choice!!! I thank you.

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