A Painting Project


Remember Kelly Walker, my friend from Life of a Daily Painter? She also taught painting at the retreat last year. And she painted the murals of my animals on the walls at Stringtown Rising as well as here in the studio at Sassafras Farm. And has painted portraits of some of my animals as well. Kelly is a good friend, a talented artist, and a generous, loving person. She just launched a Kickstarter project to paint thirty major baseball league fields called Painted Diamonds–30 Ball Parks in 30 Weeks.

Please go see it here and support Kelly with a pledge! Remember that even a small pledge helps and that she has to make her full goal in order for the project to be a go. You could not back a more wonderful person. Trust me!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on April 5, 2013  

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    Many thanks, Suzanne, for your support of my Kickstarter project. I really appreciate you and your readers checking it out.

  2. 4-5

    COOL! Love ballparks, baseball, kickstarter and Kelly Walker! Gonna go have a look-see!

  3. 4-5

    Neato…HeHimself (DH) will love this project! Thanks for alerting us.

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