Random commentaries of life from a small but crazy African town
Oh, I love that camel and the girl, nose-rubbing!
For those of you who have come here for the first time, please look at the former posts, too, and at Pam`s website www.pamguhrs-carr.com
I visited your mother's exhibition on friday. I really enjoyed it. It is so unfortunate that the painting I felt in love with was already sold. I hope she will exhiit again in Arusha in the near future.
Absolutely spell binding paintings - all of them- all are my favorites and to see them in person must have been an overwhelm in the best sense! Yummy and wonderful!!!
I love these. Maybe someday i'll be able to afford a painting! How i would have loved to see the exhibition.
weren't we the lucky ones to be there!? such beautiful work. lots love x j
Geli - I spied Pam working on that one last time I was in Zambia and have coveted it since then!Karine - glad you enjoyed the exhibition. Sorry your favourite painting was sold. Which one was it? There is one that has gone back on sale...Linda Sue - They are indeed yummy!Lori - Wish you'd been there too!
I tried to post, then lost aol. Hope I'm not repeating here! I love, love, love your mum's work. Would she consider coming to Hawaii to have an exhibition? :) We're empty nesters and have 3 extra bedrooms to put up the fam..honestly? If I'd been at her show? I'd have been buying big time. She's awesome.
fantastic work! and i love to see all the paintings hanging on the wall like that - so pristine and lit and framed etc thanks so much for posting all these - kinda makes up a tiny wee bit for not being there xx
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