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#12 Paintings by Helena-Reet Ennet: “Flashy”, August 2019

My twelfth acrylic painting is a flower painting again, I called it “Flashy”. I love the colors, I love flashy, fussy and flamboyant style.. mix of Baroque and Rococo. I´m also currently in love with Naivism. Mixing different styles and

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#10 Paintings by Helena-Reet Ennet: “I´ll name it Greens”, July 2019

As some of you maybe have noticed, I number my paintings – it´s in my personality to sort everything and keep in order. So, this said, I´ll write the number here again as well.  My flower painting number 5 and

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#9 Paintings by Helena-Reet Ennet: “Luxury”, July 2019

This is my new acrylic painting (dimensions 30x40cm) called Luxury. I really love it and can´t wait to find a beautiful frame to it. In the other hand, I have so many paintings that probably it will be easier to

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#2 Paintings by Ivanka Shoshana: “Ivanka and Viki on the beach”, June 2019

This is Ivanka Shoshana´s second acrylic painting (look the first painting HERE). When I painted “Living in the countryside” (view HERE), Ivanka Shoshana also wanted to paint. So she did this fabulous beach painting – “Ivanka and Viki on the

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#7 Paintings by Helena-Reet Ennet: “Somewhere in Scandinavia”, June 2019

New day, new painting – it´s 7th acrylic painting for a lifetime! I started painting this May, and I’m fascinated with painting right now. Certainly I can call it a new hobby (a longer blog about my hobbies HERE)! I

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#2 Paintings by Helena-Reet Ennet: “Kronoberg”, May 2019

I´m fond of South Sweden and my one of my dreams is to spend more time there. I love sparsely populated country side places, where are more nature than humans. I’m a relatively big hermit in my soul. As this

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#1 Paintings by Helena-Reet Ennet: “Nordic forest & folklore”, May 2019

I found a huge plywood piece (37x197cm) from my garage and I thought to illustrate it. It was a lot of fun! I put some symbols inside the painting as well – some national patterns (this kind of national belts

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