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David Sandum
New gouache, showing my wife and I after we heard about her breast cancer, and our two sons by the tree of life.
New gouache on watercolor paper. "Please let me love you." 7x10inch.
New gouache. Here I pictured my wife's cancer but the hope in fighting it, and the love that binds. 14x21cm.
"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted." -Aesop #truth & #wisdom
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Saw this @ the book fair in Gothenburg. Hundreds signed it. My wife was diagnised w/ breast cancer just days later.
@DavidSandum I hate to say finally but FINALLY! I feel a bit nosey about delving into your journey...👓☕️B
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Good night twitter. Leaving you with two photos I took this evening at sundown. #visitnorway #photography
"The Convolution" Colored Pencil 11"x14"
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Sometimes life is like an underwater dream. Gouache on watercolor paper, 14x21cm, 2013.
"Millions long for immortality who don't know what to do with themselves on a rainy Sunday afternoon." ©Rodney Smith
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Rembrandt van Rijn died #onthisday in 1669. Here's his charming drawing of an elephant
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Photo taken at sundown by Lake Vannsjø: Such serenity. This felt almost like a bold Japanese print to me.#photo
Walked down to the lake 5 min from my house. Took this photo right as the sun went down. #photography #Norway
Keep your exclamation points under control. You are allowed no more than 2 or 3 per 100,000 words. ELMORE LEONARD
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@DavidSandum my sister is breast cancer survivor. Sending you both positive energy and healing thoughts! 🌹s
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Received @DavidSandum's #book. It's been an interesting journey to say the least! Fun 2 c it as a 3D object at last 👍S
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Words, once they are printed, have a life of their own. CAROL BURNETT #amwriting #writing
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My grandmother as a young girl (to the right), with her teacher in Hungary. She survived Auschwitz and is now 95.

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