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Yeti Love Pink Lemonade

Posted in ebay art auctions, Original Paintings, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 21, 2017 by Laura Barbosa Art

Yeti Love Pink Lemonade by Laura Barbosa May 2017 - display

This work of art was hand painted with acrylics, ink and 3D paint and was entered into the contest on Talenthouse for the Brisk Challenge. The 12x12in. original painting is available for purchase on eBay Here If your interested in Prints and Products with this image, please go to Red Bubble, Fine Art America or Society6
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Bigfoot Data

Posted in Announcements with tags , , , , , , , on September 9, 2009 by Laura Barbosa Art

Posted on bigfootencounters.com
by Marge Davenport, Journal Staff Writer
November 26, 1969

Harrison Hot Sprints, BC — John Green, author of “On the Track of the Sasquatch” and editor of the Agassiz-Harrison Herald says new evidence of a Bigfoot in Alberta, Canada holds promising evidence of the existence of the giant creatures.Green, a Columbia University Journalist who is publisher of the weekly paper in this beautiful easy-going little Canadian valley has made trips to more than 1100 scenes of Sasquatch sightings in Oregon, Washington, California and Canada during the past 12 years.

He recently visited Big Horn Dam, near Nordegg, Alta, where 5 workmen spotted a mysterious figure at least twice as big as a man.

Green says that he talked to others in the area including Indians who report they have seen “giant creatures” six or seven times recently. “But they are not providing any details. Their attitude is that the creature or creatures are not bothering them, so why bother the creatures?” Green explained. He added that they are “physically afraid and don’t want the creatures antagonized.”

To read more, please go to the original website: http://www.bigfootencounters.com/articles/promising.htm

© Oregon Journal
Article courtesy Jerry Riedel
February 17, 2003