My husband and I gifted it to each-other as a wedding anniversary token. We splashed out a bit extra on a gift to each-other,since the last 2 years were riddled with covid and all its lockdowns.
There is always a degree of uncertainty when you seek a commissioned piece, and you need to remember that your vision may have a different interpretation to the artist’s perceptions. We were open-minded to this and prepared to accept the artist’s (Angie’s) interpretation.
But Angie worked to the brief flawlessly, and we are beyond thrilled with our piece. It sits in our lounge area, where most of our time is spent when we are home, so that we can enjoy it to its fullest. And when we aren’t in Apollo Bay in person, looking at this artwork transports us there mentally. All the family love it, and visitors admire it also.’ We could never thank you enough Angie- it brings us so much joy.
Thanks Angie - it is much loved 💚💚💚💚💚💚
This afternoon, I returned home from an appointment to find a rather large package safely placed on my front porch. I cannot tell you just how happy I was.
My husband brought it into the house and we placed it on the floor in our family room. You may not believe this, but I felt so nervous and excited, both at the same time, as Paul carefully removed the packaging.
Angela, I actually was overwhelmed with joy when I saw your absolutely magnificent painting, that I cried. I loved it when I saw it online, and l am so very proud to have this beautiful painting of yours in my home.
My darling daughters, they are twins and have young family’s, both love Australian artwork and one especially found you for me.
I fell in love with your Garden Walk paintings and have always loved roses ever since I was very young. My grandmother had beautiful roses in her garden, as do I still now at my home.
I have probably rambled on for far too long, but once again, thank you and God bless. Oh and by the way, my husband loved it too.