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Landscape Painting - Meeting Under The Acaia Tree by Otis L Stanley

Meeting Under The Acaia Tree is a painting by Otis L Stanley which was uploaded on June 23rd, 2009.

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This is so wonderful..your art makes me daydream L/F

Great artwork, Otis! Lf

Very nice work! l/fav

Great, love it!

Home sweet home! These are my brothers. I got a mix from a Kikuyu Maasai marriage.

Magnificent!

Another Amazing Piece. Peace Otis.

Great painting! Love the color and composition.....so strong.

Great cultural painting! L/F

This is almost iconic Otis - really takes me back to my childhood in Kenya.

Awesome painting, v :)

Gorgeous painting!

Beautiful work! You are very talented! f/v

Fantastic work. Voted

Awesome painting Otis...the composition is superb!!! F/V.

Awesome composition and light - outstanding!

I see I am not the only one that loves this picture. Great work!

The red just catches my eye. Love this! F/V

This is awesome...very well done. i backpacked through Africa decades ago, and I own a Rungu like the one the lead figures carries. i had to register it in Nairobi if I remember right as they considered it a lethal weapon. FV i remember seeing the entire horizon..something you see here seldom.

Brilliant work.....vf

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