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Thread: Linear Fugue

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    Linear Fugue

    2 or more voices built on a theme.... a more linear composition and back to a more complex layering of texture..hope jibes likes this ..
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    Wonderful Gary. There is an effect of this being painted on marble that is then put under glass and framed that is palpable. It's solid as a rock but with such delicate features, some on the marble, and some painted on the back of the glass, tying it all together with elegance and grace, almost a contradiction of itself that compliments itself, rock under glass, perhaps a fugal counterpoint in its own right. Regardless of interpretation, it's beautiful to behold, a perfect piece to hang on any living room or gallery wall.
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    Fantastic effect Gary...I like this one !!!
    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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    byron... your elaboration on this is wonderful to read and enjoy... thanks so much dear friend for your support and perceptive comments.

    steve.... so glad you like this.. your support is a constant and much appreciated by me.

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    Smile

    yes, without reading Byron's comment, I was thinking of marble when seeing your painting in the user gallery!
    the stripes in the circle on the right look like wool, and everything has been put behind a pane of glass so we cannot touch - just admire
    I like it very much

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    This will be perfect for a fabric pattern, well done indeed.

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    MSIE, Sandy, and JasmineK.... thanks all for your appreciative comments..

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    WOW Gary, this is exceptional, a masterpiece

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    I came back for a another visit - I like this one so much. It's such a very fine piece of work, every pixel just seems so right. I would like to see a giclee print, and then it would be interesting to see the print framed and not framed under glass to see the difference. The painted frame is an important element for this one since the shadows at its edges lend so much to the current effect. It would be challenging and fun to play with prints on both paper and canvas and different methods of displaying it but with and without glass. I'm fascinated with this piece.
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