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Thread: Artrage National Park

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    Artrage National Park

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    Tony I love this. Love the water
    Valerie

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    Very nice Tony. Reminds me a bit of Lake Powell -- with a fantasy twist.

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    Fantastic work Tony. Title makes me think 'where the wild artragers roam'
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    Wow, Tony, I'm speechless, and in awe
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    That water is fantastic, can you explain how you do that. Are you starting with a stencil and working from that?
    Carl

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    I like the sky here... so soft and dreamy..

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    Now that's brilliant!

    I really admire how you are creating rhythm, and whatever it is that's hanging from the trees gives it an extra kick into something to look at and puzzle over. I get the feeling that it would be well worth discovering owing to the way everything has been attended to. In a way it reminds me of Grant Woods, though different and a little surreal.

    I don't know the comment, but I interpret it to mean "gems grow on trees here"

    Very satisfying painting to look at.
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    Wonderful painting Tony, great work again
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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