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    modern tree

    ArtRage2.5 is still very good
    I did this morning a painting only with AR2.5 , using stencils(from images that I did in another program) and oils.
    Hope you like it !
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    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
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    Lovely colours you have used Dany, I like this one
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Magnificent! I like it graphically and colourwise. As an abstract, it doesn't look flat at all! Brava!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Very fine and most beautiful - I like it a lot!

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    Thank you coops, Caesar, Rowena and Alexandra,
    I hope I will be able to show you a more consistent work one day
    but this was the day effort.

    In the same time I did a variant with a change of color
    and this afternoon I did some different changes using Painter and ArtRage3,

    I think this last variant is perhaps more interesting.
    Which one do you prefer ?
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    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
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    What an amazing image. It speaks to me of the life path taking on some forces that model the growth of the tree. And it's so well designed and artistic, that the whole thing speaks to me of the artist who has dealt with convention in an unconventional, splendid way.

    And the others are variations on the same theme for me.

    Your design sense is as always impeccable. And your color sense is extraordinary.

    Very well done, Dany! I love it.
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    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    yes, I wouldn't make the theory of there are no such thing as a straight line in nature, believe me I can free hand draw a straight line but I avoid doing this,
    I can't say things in a different way,
    I think I paint a little childish now but is how I feel things now and no doubt what I need it.
    I hope to be able to show more consistent paintings later on,
    thank you very much D Akey for you such kind comments .
    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
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    The first one says it all. But I know more about you than most here. I think your Mother would agree. A wonderful abstract that speaks loudly to anyone willing to "listen".

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    Dany, these are in every way lovely, thoughtful, visually rewarding. I have a strong leaning towards the last - it has a more "information rich" feel in it for me. I appreciate the greater contrasts in colors, shapes, volumes, and detail, and what seems a more complex compositional dance. it invites more exploration, it begs for a longer visit.

    Really terrific pieces.
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