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Bliss Tote Bag featuring the painting Bliss by Nancy Cupp

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Bliss Tote Bag

Nancy Cupp

by Nancy Cupp



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Purchase a tote bag featuring the painting "Bliss" by Nancy Cupp.   Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder.   All seams are double-stitched for added durability.   Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.

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I splurged and bought some beautiful blue orchids that I saw in the store. I had never seen blue orchids before and thought they would look so... more

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Artist's Description

I splurged and bought some beautiful blue orchids that I saw in the store. I had never seen blue orchids before and thought they would look so beautiful in a painting, so I took the plunge and bought them. Even though they cost more than the regular orchids, I thought it was worth the extra cost. I used this orchid plant in some other colored pencil paintings as well. I even kept them alive for a few years. The following year, they bloomed with white flowers, so they were treated somehow to turn blue. I got a lot of enjoyment from their beauty though, so it was well worth it. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did. The neat thing is that they won't turn white the following year, but, will give you many years of lasting enjoyment!

By the way, I couldn't think of what to call this painting, so I held a "name this painting" contest on Facebook and the winner named it BLISS.

�I choose BLISS because I see the reds and yellow as negative energy but also see posit...

About Nancy Cupp

Nancy Cupp

I call myself a painter of hope. My paintings are the visual songs and prayers of my heart, exploring the mysteries of life and bringing love and healing to the soul and spirit. My art brings the mysteries of Heaven down to earth in a visual way to touch hearts and point people to our loving Heavenly Father and His only begotten son, Jesus Christ. Watercolor, mixed media, acrylics, or colored pencils have been my weapons of choice with brilliant colors to brighten and delight the soul. Representational themes from nature inspire most of my art. I see God’s fingerprints on all creation. The more I get into art, the more spiritually aware I am and the closer to God I become. I want my art to touch people at the gut level, where no words...