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Thread: Lumber Yard

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    Lumber Yard

    ,,,, just for fun,,,,,,,,,,,,xox,
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    Fun is what Artrage is all about and you certainly had some fun here. Careful those logs dont roll away lol
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Thank You Dear Kate, have a nice week!!!

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    A pile of lumber and nobody around...good you had fun painting this...

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    Dear Lee,
    If there was ever an art inspired ode to precisly hewn fallen trees, this
    would be it. A unique and ornate impressionistic presentation. Well
    painted!


    Quote Originally Posted by AT-TA View Post
    A pile of lumber and nobody around...

    AT-TA,
    Am now wondering if Lee might be a lumberjack!
    Mairzie Dotes

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    Thank You AT-TA and Miss Mairzie!!! maybe this is what they call therapy?

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    I can see a wooden fence, in this great-looking abstract.
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    Lee, this could very well be a painting of what it looks like behind our shed! Some neatly stacked, the other boards fallen down about to be a new project this summer. So far with odd pieces a wood we have built my son a tree house, a ladder to climb, and two dog houses, three cat houses. I have more projects and ideas lined up but the list keeps disappearing.

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    Dear Eve and Alexandra, Thank You Both!! and do agree, maybe this is a memory of childhood places, back yard fences, sheds, picnic tables, park benches, stacked piles of firewood?

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    Precarious logs indeed. Make sure that no one is under them. Good representation of chaos, well done.

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