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    Mindful & Misplaced

    Hi Gang. Better at full screen. Comments welcomed.
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    kind of a sixties pop art thing goin on here. very nice maestro.

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    For some reasons I cannot immediately spot You suddenly took me in the sixties, when a was a kid and to that age fashion for clothes, funiture as well as happiness and great expectations for the major economical boom we had then in Italy after the reconstruction period following the II WW.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Albert, Caesar - I guess I've got some 60's thing happening inside that I didn't know was happening and it just popped out. Thanks for the great feedback guys.
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    Yep, I think I would have to agree...great painting
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    Wow Byron, a walk down Carnaby Street with all its sixties fashion fabrics. Well done
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    Byron - I saw this yesterday and at first i wasn't sure about the maze like portion on the lower right. I thought it grabbed too much from the other parts of the painting but after a day or so to think about it... I like it there... cool abstract.

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    Byron certainly this painting has a message behind it, I can not discern what it is. I think the title is forcing me to seek this meaning. Maybe it's encoded in the colored tabs. Or maybe that inclined green board is the solution. I do not know. Beautiful and well done Byron.

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    60's? Maybe 60 BC! I see ancient hieroglyphs attempting to share with us the first bar-coded item in the history of the earth. Perhaps that is what is misplaced. Another mind bending image from you Byron... I like the way the red background illuminates... is that the use of metallic? Very cool effect. Great balance to this as well!
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