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The Vintage Painter
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Mother | Painter | Bohemian.
Mother | Painter | Bohemian.

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The Role Call by Elizabeth Thompson

She's worth knowing. Learn her story from Malcolm Gladwell because it is worth knowing.

Click here to listen her story. --> http://ow.ly/C51n302xudc
Click here to see her art --> http://ow.ly/EkGT302xuIV
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Hoping to hear from the Woodlands Arts Fest soon about about getting off the wait list. Ready and raring to go! #artfair http://ow.ly/10kznC

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History + ART?! I'm going! Stop in and see a fun exhibit of WWII nose art @EEA museum in Oshkosh --> http://www.travelwisconsin.com/blog/museums-galleries/airplane-paintings-see-wwii-nose-art-at-eaa-airventure

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"In hindsight, I now realize that art has been one of the most positive and consistent aspects of my life." http://bit.ly/1M6Kgms

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Fear of failure is worse than failure itself b/c it condemns you 2 a life of unrealized potential. - Dr. T Bradberry http://bit.ly/1QfRdEU

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Combining two of my favorite things: science and art. http://ow.ly/Ua1do

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I knew it! I'm being stalked!

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I found this fantastic vintage/antiques shop years ago. The woman that runs it is a really wonderful person.

She has an excellent collection of vintage and antique glass and exceptionally great prices.
We have a wonderful antiques store in the little town of Atlas. You have to want to get there and the prices are excellent. Plus the older woman that owns it makes fantastic lemon bars.
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We have a wonderful antiques store in the little town of Atlas. You have to want to get there and the prices are excellent. Plus the older woman that owns it makes fantastic lemon bars.
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Atlas Antiques
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I especially like how the buildings and modes of transportation change as you move from one end of the city to the wharves.

Apparently this is the oldest known 35 mm film. There are a couple of versions of this on YouTube.

A Trip Down Market Street: http://youtu.be/IKRbTF5afSE
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