Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Giveaway Winner

The winner of my Pink Heart giveaway is Rebekka Seale.  If you don't know her already, you can look at her beautifully written blog here and her lovely artwork here.

Rebekka, please contact me (kathleenmaunder at gmail.com) and provide me with your mailing address.

Thanks to everyone who participated. Your comments were so appreciated.

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11 comments:

  1. Ohhh lucky Rebekka!! congratulations!!

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    1. I would have liked to have given one to everyone! :)

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  2. congrats to the winner !
    damn it, I'm so behind blog visits that I missed your giveaway
    just like I missed Arounna's on FB ... grrr.
    Oh well. That was very generous of you, it's so so beautiful !
    xoxo

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    1. Don't worry...I'll have another one soon. :) Thank you for saying it's beautiful. xx

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  3. Rebekka and her art look beautiful, I know she will appreciate winning your lovely print. It does look amazingly like a proper watercolour, I think it's that tonal variation that has picked up so well!

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    1. I really admire Rebekka's work and enjoy her blog. It'll be interesting to try the Saint-Armand paper with other paintings. It won't suit everything. I'll have to pick and choose.

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  4. Yay! Emailing you my address now :)

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    1. Congratulations! Hope you like it.

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  5. congratulations to the winner!!!!!

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  6. Dear Katherine, may I ask where you store you original paintings? I mean, do you have all of them frames before you scan it (so you can print and multiply it as many as you want) or you store them in a map/somewhere? Thanks :)

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    1. Hi Sheyka--Some of my paintings are in frames, but many of them are stored unframed in my studio. I have a chest of drawers I keep them in. If they are in frames, they have to be removed from them before scanning. I am slowly converting all of my existing work to digital files. Kathleen

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