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  1. #1
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    Near the Oasis

    this started out as a cheerful day. then moorish gates appeared.. so I guess it is a cheerful day at the oasis.. Hope you enjoy.
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    Very rich in color and depth...I like it !!!
    Try to see as many angles of vision as possible...no single one of us has a "handle" on the whole picture.

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    Pass me some water please as the heat from this is causing hallucinations and I am seeing soooooooooo much in this painting. Well done Painter
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    I am back. Details to follow.

    I am looking at the details of your brush strokes, colors, and textures you created here. Each and every one is original. You are an imagination factory directing thoughts with sights of colorful bright gadgetry, whatsits, doodads, thingamajigs thingies "stiched by hand" into a congruent vision.

    That is the best I can do to explain what is in the water down there in Prinneville.

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    Magnificent colors!
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    Lovely colors, has almost a tribal / south of the border feel to it.

    Very good use of textures and colors.

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    semd74 - glad you like the color palette

    coops - I would be happy to pass along a glass of water, but I think PD might object....Oregon water is notorious for its side effects.

    P.D. - ROFL.... your commentary is always spot on... and you're right about the water here... very high mineral content...

    Mags - thanks for stopping by and commenting... your are right the colors and textures do look a lot like weaving's from Guatemala...

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    I'm lovin' it! Another great one Gary.
    My real name is Neal Gilbertson, AKA Gilbert Neilson, AKA Jibes.
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    Wonderful in every respect.
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