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Lalita Lyon Cofer
Tropical Paintings
Buy a Signed, very Limited Edition print
(Edition of #10 only)
includes shipping US.  Global info email Lalita
Print + mat fits in a standard 16x20" frame
or without a matt in a 11x14" frame
(image size 11x14")

"I Sells Conch (konk) for a Livin"... 
Harbor Island, the Bahamas.  $875.00
                                                                  includes shipping within the US
The Island man sits in his old easy chair,
his throne amid his sea wares. 
The sea shell treasures are jewels,
colored in pink, violet and pearl,
and the Island man sells bits of
his treasures for his living.

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Original  14X18 inches canvas, framed
approx. 18x22 inches.
Pen and wet pigment on Rice paper combined with a collage of hand stained papers over canvas.
All rights reserved, Copyright 2009, Lalita L. Cofer
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Your purchase is very important to me...
If you are not happy with your painting or print, please email me within 7 days of receiving the print, return the painting/print in the same envelope/box or tube, insured please, within 14 days of the return,  Your purchase price will be cheerfully refunded.  
It is my hope that the paintings I create will resonate in your heart and beguile your eyes.
When you choose one of my paintings or a print to grace the walls of your home, or office, or as a gift, I consider it an honor.
Creating art is difficult, joyful, tortuous, wonderful, agonizing and does it for the love of beauty and the overwhelming urge to create.
To an artist, to sell one's work is to know that the art created, the thought in visual form has been received and understood by another, it completes the is communication.
I paint a limited number of original paintings per year.  You will find my work on my web sites and at a very few select galleries, never at a street fair.
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