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Theresa's Rainbow Series, top row, from left: "Pink, (SOLD)" "Red (SOLD)," "Orange," "Yellow;" second row, from left: "Green," "Blue (SOLD)," Indigo (SOLD)," and "Violet." Each pit bull portrait is acrylic on board, measures 8" x 8", and is priced individually. Inquiries may come to ksantini@turtledovedesigns.com .

Also available, limited edition giclees (only 25 copies each!) in two different sizes. Giclees match the attached image, including all 8 paintings. Small giclee on artist's paper, image size approximately 12" x 6", signed in pencil, $49 plus $15 s&h. Large giclee on artist's paper, image size approximately 24" x 12", signed in pencil, $99 plus $15 s&h. Again, inquiries may come to ksantini@turtledovedesigns.com .

Proceeds from the sales of these paintings and giclees are earmarked for Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab Utah (http://www.bestfriends.org/), where Theresa currently lives.

Thanks, as always, for your time in looking and sharing my paintings with your friends and family.
I'll be back tomorrow!
Kim

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  1. These are fantastic, but a bit out of my price range. Are these paintings in the Dog A Day book??

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  2. I just came over here from BF network because the Mona Theresa paintings and story were so wonderful! I'd like to "follow" this blog from blogger rather than a feed since I'm at different computers during the day but I couldn't find a link--maybe there isn't one, or maybe I couldn't find it...

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  3. Julie, the Theresa paintings will be in my next book, scheduled for publication this summer (2009). Information on how to pre-order will be forthcoming.

    River Song, you can follow through Blogger, set up a feed, or subscribe via the newsgroup - all the options are in the far right column. Thanks for coming along!! :) Kim

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