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Day of the Dead Altar, created by Pamela Hunt Lee, installed in the Palm Springs Art Museum.

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Summer's Last Gasp.
Yes, Fall is in the Air. View From The SUP 12 x 12 360. But there will be a few more days of sun and warmth.  We really will see ourselves enjoying more of those summer days because it's just too hard to let go.  Is this called Indian Summer? As you know I ...

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this painting is close to being complete

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Color.
Rose Quartz & Serenity Madam Butterfly Acrylic on Gallery Wrap Canvas 40x40 6000. Have you already heard about this? Pantone selected two colors of the year for 2016...yes, Rose Quartz and Serenity. So who is Pantone ?  Color Authority.  Owned by Washington...

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Get Creative.
Use Your Creativity Every one of us, yes, every one of us is creative. I cannot tell you how many times I hear, " I could never do that.  I don't have a creative bone in my body.  I can't even draw a stick figure."  This couldn't be further from the truth. ...

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Madame Butterfly added to my Indian Woman Portrait series of paintings. www.pamelahuntlee.com

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Mamie Gregory IV.
Madame Butterfly Madame Butterfly 40 x40 Acrylic on stretched canvas 6000.00 An exceptional basket weaver, Mamie Gregory was a Panamint Shoshone who lived from 1867 to 1947.  Born at Indian Gardens near Darwin in Death Valley, CA (one of the hottest places ...

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Showing you the stencils I created for this painting of Mamie Gregory aka Madame Butterfly.

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Mamie Gregory III.
Details Get two artists together for conversation and you just don't know what might come up.  The other day over lunch I was asked, by a fellow artist, if I was using stencils on my current painting of Mamie Gregory.  She was looking at the lizards climbin...

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Mamie Gregory.
Madame Butterfly I encourage you to scroll down through the images below to see the development and progress on the painting of Mamie Gregory aka Madame Butterfly.  An image is worth a thousand words.... Under painting the face. Mamie begins to look out fro...
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