Gallery 2019

December 29, 2019 2 Comments

Gallery 2019

Here's a look back at some of the paintings I made in 2019.

Most of these paintings were commissions and some were made from my imagination and all have been sold. At the time of writing this post I'm not taking on any more commissions but do keep an eye on my website for new original paintings to be listed for sale.

Sally

Sally




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Kim Haskins
Kim Haskins

January 26, 2020

Thanks so much Nancy, two of my most favourite things are cats and snow too! I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of beloved Purrkins :’( May he rest in peace. I hope you continue to enjoy my artworks x

Nancy Harmon
Nancy Harmon

January 26, 2020

I just have to tell you that I recently discovered your paintings on iCanvas. I bought your “In a flurry” because my two favorite things in life are cats and snow. This is purrfect for my office wall. We recently lost our beloved orange tabby – Purrkins – at age 17. I love how you put so much uniqueness and character in your sweet cats. Thank you for brightening my days when I look at the print in my office.

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