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Maneki Neko Beckoning Cat by Vera Smith
Abbie's Trees by Vera Smith
Mondriaan Meditation by Vera Smith
Cool Morning by the Lake by Vera Smith
Impressions by Vera Smith
Calaveras by Vera Smith
Vive la France by Vera Smith
Mr. Lavish, Younger Branch of the Ginger Family of La Villita by Vera Smith
Awimaweh by Vera Smith
Little Owl after A. Durer by Vera Smith
Sham by Vera Smith
A Loving Friend by Vera Smith
Peggy and Maya by Vera Smith
Fall Colors Canigou by Vera Smith
New Zealand Memory by Vera Smith
Molly by Vera Smith
Adventures in Magic Realism by Vera Smith
River Friends by Vera Smith
Starting on a Magical Journey Together by Vera Smith
Snow on the Canigou by Vera Smith
Yolande's Canigou by Vera Smith
Juanita, Mission San Juan Cat by Vera Smith
Spring Alamo Cat by Vera Smith
Josephine, Mission San Jose Cat by Vera Smith
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About Vera Smith
Dutch born, Vera Smith grew up in the Netherlands and France. From the time she was little, she went with her Russian father to many of the great museums of the Netherlands and France. As drawing was her favorite means of expression, she had art lessons starting at a young age from Elly Kuipers in Holland and Germain Bonel in France. She has been taking master classes from British artist Edward Povey since early 2012.
She studied Russian in the Netherlands. Her marriage brought her to the US, where she home schooled her children.
In the US, Vera thoroughly enjoys the National and State Parks and Native American arts and crafts. What she loves about San Antonio are the diverse cultural communities, the missions and other historic buildings.
Living in the San Antonio area, she paints in oils and watercolors mostly. Her favorite subjects are landscapes, animals, old houses and churches, Native American rock art and icons.
Visit my blog for more information on the paintings: http://verasart.blogspot.com