Fri, 27 Nov 2009 7:02p.m.
Eight-year-old Charlotte Sinnema has had an operation for hip dysplasia almost every year of her life.
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11/04/2013 5:23:53 p.m.
hey charlotte. cant believe i only found out about this till like 2 daYS AGO! UR AWESOME GIRL i hope u keep painting. ur a really awesoe friend and this is just amazing :)
2/12/2009 5:00:05 p.m.
Liane Miles-Taylor wrote:
Your work is so gorgeous charlotte. You are so clever, especially in that you paint people with interesting faces, doing different things. I just love them.Amazing.:)Liane
29/11/2009 2:53:44 p.m.
Thank you everyone that has posted nice comments. If you would like to come to my exhibition and know the date and place please email my mum - firstname.lastname@example.org From Charlotte
29/11/2009 6:49:25 a.m.
Corrine Jordan wrote:
Can you please advise where Charlotte Sinnema is holding her exhibition? I've Googled and can't find this information. Any names/contact details would be appreciated. Thank you.
28/11/2009 5:07:04 p.m.
I too would like to buy one of Charlotte's gorgeous paintings. Do you know what gallery will be displaying her work??Thanks
28/11/2009 11:38:26 a.m.
charlotte you are truely an insiration and you are an amazing artist I can't wait to hear how you exhibition goes. Keep on rocking Tegan
28/11/2009 12:20:37 a.m.
27/11/2009 7:35:24 p.m.
I love your art Charlotte!!!! Your are an amazing little girls I really want to buy one or even two of your paintings. You have got a very bright future ahead of you....keep up the fanstaic work...you will go far....Rach
27/11/2009 7:31:14 p.m.
I would really love to buy one of Charlottes paintings.How can I do this without having to go to the gallery as I am busy working?I am prepared to pay good money for a painting. I think they are fantastic!!!!CheersRach
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