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03767: Nemesra as "Jezebel"

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You never cease to amaze me.  Wow.

 

I might pick your brain soon about doing subtle patterns on fabric as I'll be doing that myself in the next few weeks.

 

As for age, just give it a few years.  Without my glasses my minis are now little blurry blobs.  It sucks, having had 20:20 for my whole life it's been an adjustment.

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Who would have guessed that Jezebel was in reality our own Sophie?

Be that as it may, The Girl & her reflection are LOVELY. Your creation is a BEAUTIFULLY painted & based treasure. WONDERFULLY WELL DONE!

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Really gorgeous work as always! 

It's a really thoughtful piece and makes me wonder if the reflection is us seeing her true self or instead how she sees herself....which when you think about it, may be her true self either way. 

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