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Barbara Griffin Painting - Old House - If Walls Could Talk by Barbara Griffin

Old House - If Walls Could Talk is a painting by Barbara Griffin which was uploaded on March 28th, 2011.

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Comments (21)

Gardening Perfection

Gardening Perfection

Such a lovely piece Barbara! Should submit to Gardening Perfection FAA! :-)

Barbara Griffin replied:

Thank you so much! I will join and added it to the group.

Lisa Knechtel

Lisa Knechtel

I love your description. I always feel a sense of loss when old houses fall to disrepair. What a magnificent homestead this must have been. L

Barbara Griffin replied:

Thank you so much Lisa! The history of this house is awesome...what a story it would make.

Barbara Griffin

Barbara Griffin

Thank you for the feature of this artwork, Old House - If Walls Could Talk, in the group Beauty Captured!

Barbara Griffin

Barbara Griffin

Thank you for featuring this artwork in the group All Nostalgia!

Susan DeLain

Susan DeLain

Captivating composition and great title, Barbara! F/V

Barbara Griffin replied:

Thank you so much Susan!

Andy Prendy

Andy Prendy

Like this a lot, somehow the perspective, the lines and angles match the rickety old house. I'm not very good at decribing paintings, but anyway, really nice work. v,f,

Barbara Griffin replied:

Thank you very much Andy for your lovely comment and for promoting my work!

Barbara McMahon

Barbara McMahon

Wonderful painting Barbara! So reminicent of my trip to Newfoundland particularly in the outlying areas. Great work, great title! f/v

Barbara Griffin replied:

Thank you Barbara!

Jeanne Fischer

Jeanne Fischer

nice painting

Barbara Griffin replied:

Thank you Jeanne!

Kay Novy

Kay Novy

Love the stories these old houses tell and yours is very interesting. Its nice that you preserved those memories in this painting! v.f.

Barbara Griffin replied:

Thanks for the lovely comment and promotion Kay! A lot of memories in that house for sure.

Kume Bryant

Kume Bryant

Wonderful painting! v/f

Barbara Griffin replied:

Thanks Kume!

Barbara Griffin

Barbara Griffin

Thank you for featuring this artwork in the group Stop time with art!

Barbara Griffin

Barbara Griffin

Thank you for the feature in Comfortable Art Group!

Jeff  Swan

Jeff Swan

I could just imagine the stories within those walls

Barbara Griffin replied:

Thanks for stopping by Jeff! Amazing stories!

Barbara Griffin

Barbara Griffin

Thank you for the feature in the group Seasons of Beauty!

Barbara Griffin

Barbara Griffin

Thank you for featuring this image in the group Memories and Nostalgia!

Mukta Gupta

Mukta Gupta

nice... visiting from Art it is good for you! v26

Barbara Griffin replied:

Thank you for the visit and comment.

Eloise  Schneider

Eloise Schneider

I love this ... wish I could be a fly on the wall when the walls start talking! Voted.

Barbara Griffin replied:

Thank you very much Eloise!

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