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Unformatted text preview: “I agree," Rosalie said. "Your impression of the gardens is particularly lush. The color fairly dazzles the eye.” “And so we shall dazzle the critics tonight,” Kerrie playfully declared, moving on to innocuous matters. “I sent notices to all the papers last week.” Rosalie glanced back over her shoulder. “Perhaps that young art critic from the Times will be here tonight. He seemed to appreciate not only your work but you as well the last time he reviewed our show.” “We’ll see.” A pretty model before she took up painting, Kerrie was familiar with fawning swains. “After my ex's sullenness of late, I’m not sure I’m inclined to be pleasant to a man.” “You’ll be in a better mood once all your paintings are sold and you’re a good deal richer.” Rosalie smirked. Kerrie grinned. “Oh yes, money definitely raises my spirits.”...
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- Spring '11
- History of painting, Kerrie, Rosalie, The Art Gallery Kerrie, Art Gallery Kerrie