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See this image largerday 3 of my streak for "Drink 8 cups of water per day" earned 9/18/2015See this image largerFind me on Facebook & 'Like' to see new paintings http://www.facebook.com/CamilleEngelArt(5 comments)See this image largerFUN, FUN, FUN! 17 SparkNashville Team Members Rally for the first ever GLOBAL SPARK DAY!!! Woo Hoo!See this image largerClockwise: Shari, Susan, Dawn (co-leader), Wendy, Camille (leader), Jenna (co-leader), Desi, Wynona.See this image largerClockwise: Jenna, Laura, Lori, Michelle, Jamie, Kelly, Liz, Donna, Audry, & Toni (Zumba instructor)See this image largerSparkNashville Team Members ZUMBA - shakin' our groove thang!!! Woo Hoo!(1 comments)See this image largerSparkNashville Team Members ZUMBA - moving so fast we're a blur!!! Woo Hoo!See this image largerBEFORE: Sept. 2006 Int'l Realism Exhibition in Santa Fe. My painting won "Artist's Choice" award.(1 comments)See this image largerWeight Loss to date: 58.3 lbs and 31.5 inches -- Yay!(12 comments)See this image largerYes, this is me, age 58, Sept. 2013(1 comments)See this image largerIn honor of 1980s week... this is ME- Sept. 1985!... 30 yrs old. (WHY did I let myself go!?)(3 comments)See this image largerMe in Hawaii 1974 - Graduation Celebration (I wish I knew then what I know NOW!!!)(1 comments)See this image largerMay 1986... Me on my wedding day with my daughter, Audry(6 comments)See this image largerJan 5, 2008: Me (-33 lbs), my daughter & my husband on the big day.(1 comments)See this image largerI won the 2007 cover competition! PLUS- the painting is in museum tour w/ Van Gogh's sunflower!!(7 comments)See this image larger"Strike A Pose" 16 x 20 inches, Oil Painting on PanelSee this image larger"Trespasser" 40 x 30" - My new series of paintings, birds building nests in my blank white canvases.(10 comments)See this image larger"Cherokee Rose" 32 x 36" (from the 10-painting hospital commission (& 1 reason I was MIA.)(2 comments)See this image larger"Wild Columbine" 32 x 36" (from the 10-painting hospital commission (& 1 reason I was MIA.)See this image larger"Dr. Nathan Camellia" 12 x 12" (from the 10-painting hospital commission (& 1 reason I was MIA.)(2 comments)See this image largerA Polyptych: Three 24 x 48" paintings with matching bench. What do you think?(16 comments)See this image largerMy new Polyptych, "Colored by Time/White Series" - 48 x60-inch painting and matching bench.(3 comments)See this image larger"To Kill a Mockingbird" - commissioned by a Texas attorney. The mockingbird is the TX state bird.(6 comments)See this image larger"A Pause for Reflection," 8" x 8," oil on board - (thanks, Yo-Yolanda, for the title!)(4 comments)See this image largerAt Gilcrease Museum- "Out on a Limb," 10" x 8," oil on board - (thanks, Yo, for the title!)(5 comments)See this image largerThis painting is titled, My Little Chickadee. It sold from Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, OK.(3 comments)See this image larger"Smooth Landing" sold to a Canadian Collector from the Winstanley Roark Gallery in Cape Cod.(7 comments)See this image larger"Home Sweet Home"- Winner of the "Artist Choice" in the International Realism Exhibition, Santa Fe.(7 comments)See this image largerMy FIRST DOG PAINTING titled "Loyal Friend", 12 x 12, oil on panel, from the American Lab Rescue(5 comments)See this image larger"Early Morning Mountaintop" This was my 3rd oil painting... I was practicing brushstrokes. (2 comments)See this image largerJuly 18, '08: -50 lbs & hiking Mt. LeConte... the Journey is the destination! See this image largerThe first few miles of the hike was along a beautiful babbling river... Mt. LeConte.See this image largerI would have loved to spend the night listening to the sound of this waterfall!(2 comments)See this image largerThis part of the trail went through a cave, it was so cool inside.See this image largerWe called this place "the slide."(1 comments)See this image largerSome of the trails to the top of Mt. LeConte were pretty steep but the rocks gave us good footing.See this image largerThen there were the trails covered in tree roots... these were trickier & I had to watch my footing.(1 comments)See this image largerThis is looking out from Alum Cave, the halfway point to the top of Mt. LeConte.(1 comments)See this image largerBeautiful! This is why they call these mountains "The Smoky Mountains."(1 comments)See this image largerJuly 18, 2008: Me on top of Mt. LeConte at sunset. My stomach is not as round.(1 comments)See this image largerI made Meringue Snowmen filled w/ chocolate mousse for individual desserts @ a dinner party.(2 comments)See this image largerSnowflake Cookies I baked at Christmas... double-stacked for drying...(1 comments)See this image largerSnowflake Cookie I baked at Christmas...(1 comments)

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