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Thread: A cochlea aortaocular spectacular,,,,,LIFE

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    A cochlea aortaocular spectacular,,,,,LIFE

    LIFE...........
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    Introducing his excellency, Sir Realism!!! Wow, very nice work!

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    whoa....I need to look those words up in the title! LOL Interesting painting Speggie. I must admit, though, this is one that I am unsure of on the meaning of the painting. There's certain types of art that I feel so naive about! This is one type!

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    Excellent painting speggie!!!

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    wow!awesome art and a lot of hidden messages too. you need to have a wild imagination to come up with this painting and to appreciate these kinds of painting.


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    You're so symbolically imaginative and so spectacular in Your unique compositions ... You're blessed by an enormous talent and I really wish You all the best and success You would deserve ...
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Very interesting Speg. I think, though I could only know this from a side by side comparison with your other work, that in this one you are going out of your way to complete the stuff you include. It creates a clarity that reminds me of speaking with someone who does not speak English. There is a lot of hand gesturing and pointing and emoting through facial expressions, and sometimes they speak louder. . .as if it would help, heh.

    Not saying you're doing it deliberately. But it's an easy, deliberate read.

    It still communicates the mood. But it's more articulate.

    Good one!
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    Wow, this is a great neologism (from the heart to the eyes to life). Testes, aorta, ocular lens, and kidney . Unlike the endogenous aldose reductase gene, transgene expression ...

    Spectacular image Speggie. Truly fantastic... Congratulations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orianelima View Post
    Wow, this is a great neologism (from the heart to the eyes to life). Testes, aorta, ocular lens, and kidney . Unlike the endogenous aldose reductase gene, transgene expression ...
    This is so. I concur with that brilliant diagnosis, prognosis. . . or just plain gnosis of the whatsit (1).

    Thank you doctor.


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    1) American colloquialism meaning the absurdly general 'thing' or 'stuff', used when expressing that something is beyond the listener's comprehension. Meant as humorous attempt to be in a technical conversation that's way over my head. Putting it in a clinical terms I though brilliant Orienalima.
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