100 PORTRAITS - the book is here!!

The book looks gorgeous. It's a full 106 pages. Each portrait measures 5x5, taking up nearly a full page of the book and is close to the size of the original portrait.
All 100 portraits are represented in the order in which they were painted, starting with Suzanne (1/100) and ending with me (100/100). In the table of contents, each person is listed along with their home state and/or country.

If your portrait is one of the 100, your coffee table deserves this book! It also would make a great gift for friends and family. Let me know what you think.

Click on the preview button on the sidebar to the right for preview and pricing.

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9 comments:

Earthula said...

Congratulations! Great Idea, Carol.
Then everyone can have a bite!

Sheila said...

Wow wow wow Carol!!! The book looks FANTASTIC! So cool how one can preview by flipping the virtual pages. Congrats on such a wonderful publication. Kudos my friend...take a bow.

AutumnLeaves said...

The book came out beautifully, Carol. It was such fun revisiting each portrait again. Hope you get many sales!

abdullahjones said...

congratulations!

Myrna Wacknov said...

Congratulations, Carol, on a beautiful book!!! It is a wonderful way to have all your hard work commemorated in one place, to have forever. And a great way to inspire others! I think I am inspired to do something like this for my project next year. Just doing sketches this year.

suzanneberry said...

Carol, I think it is OUTSTANDING! What an incredible achievement! I'm ordering mine today.BRAVO and congratulations on an incredible feat and your abundant talent.

Gwen Bell said...

Fabulous! I love the look of the color with those red borders. The portraits look just awesome side by side. I'm sure it is going to be a big hit and what a unique gift for for that special someone who's portrait is included.

Saundra Lane Galloway said...

So beautifully done! I had to preview each page!

Dean Grey said...

Very, very cool, Carol!

-Dean