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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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Festival by LaurieLefebvre Festival by LaurieLefebvre
Fred goes to the "Festival" and he has a blast. He plays tons of games, sees the freaky animals, and totes off colorful balloons. Fred feels wonderful and charged. The games he played were exciting and such a challenge. He actually even won a few. The place, the "Festival" was brilliant like no other and a spot to capture anyone's full attention. Fred found the fury creatures attending the Festival friendly though unique. It all seemed so surreal.

The "Festival" is a creative piece of work. It tells a story. It speaks visually as it is loaded with visual images that make you think and wonder. The images are whimsical, beautiful and a few quite ugly. After all isn't that what life is all about, the beauty, the beast and the what ifs. Now I could tell you more about what this story says to me but that would ruin it for you. You see it, read it and it speaks to you in ways that only you will understand. I don't expect that the way I see things will be the way you do. Our experiences and paths in this life have taken us in different directions. Now with "Festival" my path crosses yours.

The "Festival" is bright, bold and colorful. The colors lure you into the picture. You will interpret what you see in a meaningful way to you and I hope a memorable one.

Now, technically speaking, I uploaded an acrylic and encaustic painting to my computer. It was of sunflowers (my favorite flower). Sunflowers are strong yet delicate flowers. I than played with it using paint net and this is the end result. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did doing the making.

Thank-you for your consideration.

Laurie Proctor-Lefebvre
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Athena111 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2009
Were you popping balloons with paint in them?
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LaurieLefebvre Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
Why yes as a matter of fact
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