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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

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Anonymous said...

These are two very talented local artists. Our sons enjoyed Jessie's paintings when they were on display at the Charles Cole Hospital gallery. They spent at least an hour to find the letters she always implants that spell out the word "dildine" when you find all seven letters, like in the petals of flowers and in the stinger of a bee and other clever places. That's the reason my family loves Jessie's works. I wonder if husband Phil helps decide where to hide the letters.

Anonymous said...

My hubby bought one of Jessie's paintings that had daisies in a valley with daffodils around the perimeter and the little tiny letters can be seen in a circle around the pedals of one of the daisies. They are very tiny letters, one in each of the 7 pedals, that you can't see unless you look for them very closely. I think that is the challenge when you look at each of her paintings.

Anonymous said...

I am pleased to see other people appreciating Jessie's art work. She is gifted. I did not know anything about the little word game. I just love the paintings themselves!

Anonymous said...

After school yesterday our Girl Scout troop went to Abundant Blessing to look at the art work. The girls enjoyed looking for the letter jumble to find the dildine word in Jessie's nature art. The trickyest one has the letters printed in the bark of a maple tree very faintly but these little detectives found them. There are some great pictures on display from Curt Finegold who is a great photographer who should if he could get his pictures printed in Natural Geographic. His pictures remind me of the ones we used to see when I was a kid by David Hurlburt from the jewelry store.