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  1. These are beautiful...love the green used :)) xx

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  2. Mi piace molto il secondo!

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  3. The first two are my favourite :) <3

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  4. Sve su raličite a opet tako slične. Valjda zbog boja :)

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  5. Belli, il secondo è il mio preferito!!!

    Kisses, love Paola.

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  6. Questi ritratti sono splendidi e carichi di personalità. Intensi e comunicativi anche i colori. Bravissima Ivana!

    Baci,

    Benedetta

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  7. More great ones, Ivana. Love them all, esp the last one. Oh, btw! your sweet comment made me smile and from now on, this bag got a new name....lux_edi.
    kisses honey and my g+
    Lenya
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    1. thank you dear Lenya...I'm glad you like them:) and lux_edi sounds like a great name for the bag :)

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  8. Great pictures!
    Have a nice day!
    Angela Donava
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  9. Woow!!
    Can't say which I love best! Amazing drawing as always♡
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  10. It is a precious paintings Ivana, I think there is something of you in all the faces!
    Kisses dear

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    1. I don't see it, but people often assume they're self portraits so maybe that is true...perhaps there is a bit of us in every painting we paint.

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  11. Che belli, sei davvero brava!
    Il secondo e l'ultimo sono i miei preferiti!
    Baci!
    S
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  12. Love those paintings! You're such a talented girl!

    Jasmin xx

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  13. I love your pictures! Great! Thanks for sharing))

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  14. No se si los cuadros son pintados por ti pero me encantan, transmiten mucha fuerza,
    Un beso guapa.
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  15. Hello beauty, how are you ?
    Beautiful work, the second one is very pretty :)

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  16. Dear Ivana, your portraits are so expressive and I love it that each of the woman you pictured seems to be really strong. I found it further interesting, that you used many green in the portraites as I learned green is the colour of the heart and the love. I like them!

    Hope you enjoy the 3rd week of Advent so far. I saw btw your zucchini pasta and they look so yummy that I must try them out as soon as possible!

    xx from Germany/Bavaria, Rena
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    1. Interesting...sometimes I use the green because of its mythical meaning...but it is good to know it is the colour of love as well.

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  17. Love your portraits, Ivana. Every time I see one of it, it just makes me smile. xx

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  18. veramente bellissimi, sei davvero brava
    buon mercoledì
    un abbraccio
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  19. Your art is always so lovely and the colors wonderful! Great works!! Happy week to you sweetie :) xoxo

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  20. Such a beautiful portraits, my dear Ivana.



    The style reminds me Modigliani *_*



    Have a great day ahead,

    Nicole

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  21. Beautiful illustrations! Especially love the way you paint the hair in the second and third pictures, the texture is amazing!

    Prudence
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    1. thank you so much...hair is an important part of most of my portraits.

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  22. Beautiful portraits! Did you make them yourself? It is a wonderful job!
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  23. amazing work!! :)

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  24. Beautiful, really great :-)

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  25. Amazing paints!! :D

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  26. wow! fantastico!
    ♥ ♡ ♥ ♡

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  27. Beautiful *-* http://vihpaula.blogspot.com.br/

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  28. Very nice paintings Ivana! great portraits! thank you for stopping by my blog and leave a lovely comments...
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  29. Hi Ivana! These paintings are amazing! You've got great talent!

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  30. What lovely oil paintings! They are always so great :D

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    1. yes, oil paints have something special about them.

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  31. Loving these oil painting. It gives these illustration so warmth and depth with the different colors and textures.

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    1. thank you Kreyola...it seems to me that there is a always a certain warmth to oil paints...shame that most people don't use them because they think they're too complicated.

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  32. Prvi portret je magican! Jako si talentirana i volim "naici" na ljude kao ti, koji me inspiriraju. :)

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  33. Really nice potraits!! They are all beautiful!
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  34. Sono molto belli!!

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  35. Nice pictures.
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  36. Isn't cool how the eyes can really tell a lot. There is a lot of strength in the eyes of your paintings and i find it to be so fascinating.

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    1. eyes are the mirrors to the soul as they say...
      thank you for your kind words.

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  37. ripasso per un saluto
    buon mercoledì
    un abbraccio
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  38. Great

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  39. These portraits are so lovely and evocative Ivana! I really like the colors you used and the wonderful textures you created in each one.

    Thank so much for your very kind and encouraging comment you left on the post regarding my health. It is true that I was kind of hard on myself but after I was able to get past that, it made life easier. Even though I'm much better now, I remain conscious of not relapsing so I still try to be very careful in general of anything that could aggravate my conditions. I really like what you said about chronic illness not needing to be a sentence and will keep that in mind. I'm sorry to hear about your battle with Chron disease but it sounds like you're not taking as a sentence. It's true no one can really know you truly feel and what you experience with your illness because they aren't in your body. I think people mean well when they tell you that it's not a big deal but it can be the last thing you want to hear when you're the one who actually has to live with it. That's how I feel anyway. But I hope you hang in there and keep taking care of yourself.

    It sounds like you've had plenty to be busy with that you haven't had time to decorate for Christmas. Interviewing especially around the holidays can be tougher but I'm glad to hear that it's not stressing you out and I wish the very best luck in finding a new position soon. That would be one wonderful Christmas present wouldn't it :)

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    1. we're often too hard on ourselves...I think this is especially case with women, we can be such perfections and sometimes all we need to do is just take it a day at the time.

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