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Thread: Alexandra's Eye

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    Alexandra's Eye

    my own take on the Alien Eye done my Alexandra... thought it was an interesting idea....... also a metaphor for her artistic eye...
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    I am not a big fan of abstracts, but when I find one I like it just makes it all the sweeter. This is one that I like! Thanks for sharing.

    I'm told the more I stay with art the more I will understand and appreciate abstracts... Time will tell.

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    From Bette Davis' Eyes to Alexandra's Eye ... Wonderful to see how You change subject into an abstract marvel with still some clear reference to the re-elaborated source.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Caesar....thanks for your comment... Sandy's Alien Eye was a startling image and fun to "abstract" from

    Alexandra... your are most welcome..I am a big fan of the work you do and the range of subject matter to tackle...

    uneekfish - glad you like this on... hope you find more interesting abstracts too...

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    A wonderful tribute by a very talented artist to another very talented artist.... Bravo, this rocks...!!!!!

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    Absolutely stunning! The tones, composition, and depth you achieve with your art blows me away. Another fantastic one gxh! A great tribute to Sandra as well!
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
    — Eckhart Tolle

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    Love this one Gary, so artistic and such a wonderful abstract

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    kenmo, sketchism, and pat... thanks for your wonderful comments..

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    Wonderful Gary

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