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Attwool shares handmade happiness

Published 9:39am Tuesday, May 21, 2013

She swirls her brush in water and then pulls it along the edge of a line, till the color almost disappears. It’s as if a shout has become a gentle whisper.

The paintings seem much like her flower garden, bold and full of a glowing light. Attwooll’s husband’s an Englishman and a master gardener. They met after she went across the ocean to attend art college in Liverpool, England.

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