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The first one is from my brother Dan, who did a Holocaust memories papercutting and this is a print from that. They accidentally put a gold frame on the piece, but I loved it. I thought it brought out the black more and it looked more elegent.

The next one is the papercutting of a mother tiger and her baby done by my brother, Pete. It looks beautiful in the frame. I just had to share it.

The next to the last picture is two dragons that I'm using in my entryway along with one with knights. :) A friend of mine did these. Suse lives in Germany and I could never thank her enough. They look fabulous. I hope you can see them close enough.

The last one is going to be in Alexa's bedroom. (That's my Grand-daughter) Margaret did this for me and I've always loved it, but kept putting off the framing forever. So finally it's going to be up where it belongs. It's abstract/dolphins. I love it.


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May. 13th, 2007 04:07 am (UTC)
The paper cuttings are awesome. I think you have shown me the dragons before. The dolphins abstract looks really nice framed. That was fun to do. Neat how the yellow/light kind of shines on the one dolphin.
May. 13th, 2007 04:09 am (UTC)
Alexa is going to be thrilled to see it in her room. (g) It's a wonderful piece and I'm glad you did it for me. I sometimes hate you people who have talent, though. LOL Just kidding, I could never hate you, but I am envious.
May. 13th, 2007 07:08 pm (UTC)
The papercuttings are awesome. Does he free-hand everything? The dolphins are great - really nice work.
May. 13th, 2007 08:09 pm (UTC)
Each of them are from two different brothers, but yes, they free-hand everything first. I'm glad you liked them. Margaret does really nice abstract work, and I love the dolphins. :)
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