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The Artworks of Bernard Elliott and 2/11/2005

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Bernard Elliott - Red - WhiteRed & WhiteBernard Elliott

A Cardnal, or 'red-bird' forages for food during the winter.

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Bernard Elliott - A String of Christmas LightsA String of Christmas LightsBernard Elliott

Here is a painting of some Christmas lights attached on a house or maybe a building. It may be a sunny day at Christmastime. Then again, it may NOT be at Christmastime, and it may just be left there and a subject of procrastination for someone.

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Bernard Elliott - ArtichokeArtichokeBernard Elliott

An artichoke ready for the steamer or if allowed to ripen further, will ba a beautiful flower.

4/13
Bernard Elliott - WhitenoiseWhitenoiseBernard Elliott

Many people will view this and say, 'Why, thats a horses' eye. Why would someone paint a horses' eye?' And my answer is this: Of all the parts of a horse that there are, you have been able to identify the eye!! How did you know it wasn't a giraffe's eye? or a cow's eye? or even a cat's eye? You have...

5/13
Bernard Elliott - Osta-s DogwoodOsta's DogwoodBernard Elliott

My daughter, Osta wanted to get something different on her birthday than the regular flowers I would get for her. She wanted a tree that would have pink flowers, so here is a closeup of her 'Kousa' dogwood tree. Every year she still gets her pink flowers every year.

6/13
Bernard Elliott - Bette Davis EyesBette Davis EyesBernard Elliott

the most important part of this paintiing has to do with the eyes and thats all..so nothing more is needed

7/13
Bernard Elliott - EverittEverittBernard Elliott

This is my friend Everitt from my childhood. He had a pet skunk and I just thought that was the coolest thing ever.

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Bernard Elliott - Eyelashes Out to ThereEyelashes Out to ThereBernard Elliott

Many people will view this and say, 'Why, thats a horses' eye. Why would someone paint a horses' eye?' And my answer is this: Of all the parts of a horse that there are, you have been able to identify the eye!! How did you know it wasn't a giraffe's eye? or a cow's eye? or even a cat's eye? You have...

9/13
Bernard Elliott - Mrs. ScalesMrs. ScalesBernard Elliott

Mrs. Scales is a real life person and she is still alive at this time. She was 99 years old at this painting in 2001. She was a teacher most of her life and was still sharp as a tack then. She loved to tell stoies and share her life's experiences with everyone.;Currently in private ownership.

10/13
Bernard Elliott - That Spring Rain SmellThat Spring Rain SmellBernard Elliott

A scene after a spring rain in the country.

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