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Squarecrow art: Pam Spires' did heck of a job

By Ralph Waggener

Personal art critique

Pam Spires the artist did a heck of a job on her Square crow artistic work. Maybe there should be a best artistic talent award. The Pumpkin Butt was funny and that is why it was the People's Choice. Pam's work had more intense artwork and would have won if this was an art only contest!

You had to stop and look close to her work to understand how much effort went into this painting on a window screen that was turned into art. Had you not pointed this out on CM, we would not recognized the artistic talent of Pam, Thanks for your art work, Pam Spires, it looks great. - Ralph Roy Waggener



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