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Thread: 2011-0228 St Eugene's Sanctuary

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    2011-0228 St Eugene's Sanctuary

    A couple of interpretations of the same altar.
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    What a wonderful decomposition of a luminous view into colourful and shining components at any scale! You conveyed much more than a mere picture of it!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Nice work Jim, I like this style. Well done
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Jim, wonderful. I like very much the second one. Really outstanding. Congratulations.

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    Same theme, but this is a scan of a watercolor and ink piece.
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    Jim, I admire your artistic freedom in both these fine pieces, particularly the large, more complete view. They are expressive impressions deftly handled that while appearing childlike are thoroughly mature and observed. The larger one is a particularly fine painting that invites long views, visual exploration, discovery, and contemplation. Wonderful work.

    Edit: We crossed posted, and now I see you've added another addition, and it is superb.
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    Love it

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