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Comment by Hyn Patty on July 23, 2019 at 7:35pm

Thank you!  It got a slight touch up with a little brighter value in the lights and is now framed in a Masterworks hand carved black frame with genuine 22 k gold liner.  It looks great in it!  I'm putting it into the Driggs Digs Plein Air Festival gallery opening tomorrow until I have had time to paint more on location here in the Grand Tetons.  I brought the painting with me, along with two others, and all three still had a little wet paint in the wet carrier panels that needed touching up.  They were too affectionate in sharing wet paint!  Thankfully only tiny touchups.

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Comment by Hyn Patty on July 13, 2019 at 7:37pm

Lake Balsam in the Roy Taylor Forest as seen on the shallow boggy end.  This photo is a little dark but I finally finished it today.  11 x 14 oil on canvas, plein air.

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