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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Classifieds' started by LadyMcBeth, Nov 23, 2010.

  1. LadyMcBeth

    LadyMcBeth Forums Enthusiast

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    Artist Sally Minter is willing to paint sheltie portraits - starting at $250.00. Included is a sample of a portrait of AnnaBelle Spiess. You can google "Sally Minter" for a bio of her work. Sally painted this portrait from a photograph.

    Treat yourself or someone you love to a special Christmas present. To get the email address, contact LadyMcBeth.
     

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  2. seashel

    seashel Forums Enthusiast

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    What a lovely portrait to treasure!!:smile2:
     
  3. Calliesmom

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  4. LadyMcBeth

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    She's really talented...and a good friend too! We bartered a deal for this picture... she's open to negotiating usually....I love the picture...it is a treasure...
     
  5. Rolland

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    Does she paint from a picture?

    Thanks,

    Rolland
     
  6. LadyMcBeth

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    From a photo picture.....
     
  7. LadyMcBeth

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    I'd like to add that Sally's landscapes sell in galleries for thousands, usually $3,000-$4,000. It might be a good investment, but for sure it will be a treasure!
     
  8. wjo53

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    Ohhh, I've got one of Chelsea I'd love to have done...
     
  9. LunaBear87

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    Wow, those are really great. This just gave me an idea of what to get my Mom for Christmas this year. We had 2 shelties when I was growing up named Casey and Chelsea. Chelsea tragically passed away back in 2007, when we took them in to get their teeth cleaned, and our old vet was negligent with the anesthesia, and Chelsea unfortunately never woke up... Casey not too long after that got really sick, and battled cancer for about a year and half up until she passed back in June of 09.' Anyway, my point is, that I think that my mother would love to get a painting of both of them to put on her wall, because to this day Casey still was/is her favorite.
     
  10. Chris

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    Just lovely!!! What talent -- I think it's such a touching pose!!
     

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