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Paul is not an investment banker or a doctor. But there are some really nice perks you get when you are married to an artist. The first two are oil paintings and the rest are some from his sketchbooks.
May 2, 20077:35 am
On the way to Paris is my favorite.
May 2, 20078:00 am
May 2, 20078:07 am
wow, those are incredible. he ought to do more portraits.
May 2, 20078:56 am
those are so awesome. i love that first sketch
May 2, 200710:01 am
Those are so freakin’ gorgeous! Isn’t it wonderful to see how you look through the eyes of someone who loves you?
May 2, 200710:23 am
I love the second one. It looks like a Hopper painting.
May 2, 200710:44 am
endlessly impressive. he has a wonderful style in both oil and sketch. so beautiful!
May 2, 20078:52 pm
REally, he should do some portraits…I’d send him my kids in a photo..would love something like the first two…Props to him
May 3, 200710:16 am
very cool. i guess you’re keeping the nude poses hidden.
May 3, 200710:33 am
I vote for painting #2. Love the colors, the shapes, the mood.
May 7, 200711:24 am
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