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    A large, (40" x 40") square abstract painted on 1.4" gallery wrap canvas is part of an ongoing series focusing on gratitude ; the state of being grateful and the concept of thankfulness. The painting is the word Gratitude painted over and over again in various styles and media in a meditative dance with paint, pencils, oil pastels and graphite . Just as sitting, doing nothing, Spring comes and grass grows by itself, so it is when you surrender to the process and allow intuition to guide your heart and hand. This colorful yet restful work will help to remind you of your spirituality and the feeling of gratitude.

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    Name of Artist: Lolly Owens
    Width (inches): 40
    Height (inches): 40
    Country: United States
    Media: Acrylic, Mixed-Media
    Painting Style: Nonrepresentational / Abstract


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