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This Is What Happened When I Stopped Worrying About Criticism

My painting journey. An act of love.

Photo, Lulu deCarrone

In 1995 I registered for my first ever drawing class with a fine artist and friend, Suzan Shutan. Waiting for the day to arrive, my feelings ranged from terrified to excited.

Suzan set up a still life by placing many objects of varying sizes and shapes across a long table…




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Lulu deCarron

Lulu deCarron

Entrepreneur, Storyteller, Writer, Coffee❤️, 🐾❤️, Writing a dramedy for TV.

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