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"Can I Borrow Your Paintbrush?"

From time to time when I'm painting outdoors, a funny thing happens. Tourists come up and want to borrow the paintbrush and pretend they're the artist. That's OK, I don't usually mind, but in this case there were a whole bunch of people who each wanted their turn!Here's a brief video that takes you behind the scenes and shows a little of the painting process.If you're getting this blog post as an email, you may need to follow this link to see the video on Facebook.
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