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    In an unknown field

    wandering about in AR and Painter11
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    Gary, your paintings are so interesting and this is a great one

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    Good one. It's like a coloured papercut, put on canvas, slightly floating, as were there some glass elevated on the canvas. Beauty.

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    justjean and frisch - thanks for the visit and the kind commentary

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    for me, this is a beautiful but sad painting - depicting the sad fact that human mankind is destroying earth's beautiful nature.

    it looks like the factory is absorbing nature's wealth and beauty, just to produce some form of energy we humans can use ... leaving behind the tortured, dry soil.

    it's a touching painting, and I like it very much

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    Superb! Nature into a pipe and box container!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Has an oriental feel to it Painter and I like it very much
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    GXH

    Another beautifully strange contemplative piece. I do not mean by having to use the word "another" that it is like something we have seen before. Your hallucinations appear endlessly unique.

    It seems artists never divulge the meaning of their work, like magicians never tell you how a magic trick is carried out. That is the way it should be. They make us find out ourselves.

    MSIE
    I like your interpretation of the painting. I agree the gold rush will end badly.
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    Lot's to look at here and that's what I like about your paintings!
    My real name is Neal Gilbertson, AKA Gilbert Neilson, AKA Jibes.
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