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    Where We Used to Play

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    Contact Beverly Todd, btoddarts@gmail.com
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    Added 2017-05-31 18:10:51
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    Lively, fun, free... just like playing as a kid in that special place.

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    Name of Artist: Beverly Todd
    Width (inches): 60
    Height (inches): 48
    Country: United States
    Media: Acrylic
    Painting Style: Nonrepresentational / Abstract

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