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Exciting News!

I'm excited to announce the opening of my shop: Tin Roof Studio!
This is where you will find a selection of my artwork, greeting cards, and pet portraits for sale. Please check back often as I will update with new art as it becomes available.

I so excited to have this finally off the ground! I kicked around a lot of different ways to offer my work and finally decided what better way than right here on my blog. You can find the shop up in the header section. I hope you will click on over and go check it out!

And in case you didn't see it, here's my last painting. It's finished and has been delivered to it's proud owner!

"Thunder"

Comments

  1. These are awesome and congrats on the opening the shop. That's awesome! I love the name too and the expression on that cow is priceless.

    Carole @ Garden Up Green

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  2. Congrats on the shop opening! The cow is gorgeous ♥

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  3. So happy for you Cecilia. Good luck with your shop. I just know you are excited. Love your painting of "Thunder"

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  4. Congratulations and best of luck with the new shop. Very timely with Christmas right around the corner.

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  5. How did I miss this? Congrats on your new shop, Cecilia! You are really gifted in painting - so why not open a shop! I loved the cards that I won a few years ago! What talent! The very, very best to you in your new adventure!

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  6. Cecelia, what beautiful work you do! I'm going to check out your shop :)

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    1. Thank you, Melanie! I'll be adding more inventory in the days to come.

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  7. Wow, that painting is awesome! Congrats on your new shop, I'm off to check it out now!

    Tania

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  8. Congrats Cecelia! You are so talented. Good luck with your new shop. Going to visit now. :)

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  9. Congrats! I am so happy for you and best of the luck with the shop.

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  10. Beautiful! Congrats & all the best on your new business!

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  11. Well, aren't you just one talented gal? Love it!!! Congratulations and the best of luck to you, Cecilia!!!!! xo Diana

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  12. This is awesome! Congrats on getting it up and going...:) Off to check it out!

    Hugs, Vicky

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  13. How fun for you. I can't wait to shop.

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  14. Intrigued about your Tin Roof Shop and will be going over to shop. Congrats on opening it up, the first step is always the hardest.

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    1. Yes, but once it's taken the next steps are easier! Be sure to check back. I'll be adding new items soon.

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  15. Congrats on your shop opening. You are very talented and best wishes for great success.
    xo

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  16. Congrats for the opening of a new shop. Your paintings looks beautiful!

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