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Thread: Hold That Thought

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    Hold That Thought

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    Wonderful Byron. My interests lean toward visual variety and relationships. And you have a LOT going on here that sends me into orbit. It's probably that it appeals to my illustrative compositional sensibilities. Very very cool.

    Not going off into my usual inkblot digressions, other than this is not about symmetry. Thus it serves me up a tone of landscape and distances. I feel more like I could fly into that and still feel a certain directional orientation.

    Cool deviation from previous work. To me it looks like this is a graphic representation of where you went with your painting, abrupt corner turning but still showing traces of the earlier paradigm you've been exploring over the past months.

    The resultant tracks say Grand Canyon like marvel, to me with the potential for the same kind of wonder for those who travel thither (as opposed to hither). I would hope you see it in the light of a very interesting exploration. May even find El Dorado. . . which says gold. . . and the more I look at this, the more I'm seeing a little bit of a modern abstract Klimt. Go figure. It's a bit in the palette, a bit in the vertical shards of color slightly mosaic. . .and sweeping large stylistic curves. yours is of course splashier, but it's not altogether different.

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    Byron, symbolism, symbolism, tell us the future or do you know something we don't

    Best,

    Weeks

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    Google Earth, the Terminator, the Matrix, hallucinations, cough syrup (must be because of all the pink).....all of these words popped into my mind when I opened this, Byron. It certainly seems like a voyage to me....
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    You succeeded pinning Your visual thought, dear Byron. Your abstracts never look flat indeed!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Byron this is fabulous
    Val
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    That gloop tool really makes the paintings look great. Nice work!
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    very nice...I really like the colours.

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    Byron, it reminds me of a big city, the chaos, colors and traffic rush.

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