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Thread: Degeneration of Color

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    Degeneration of Color

    hot and intense... but vestiges of past glories and stories from our ancestors.
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    Beautiful, deep colors, telling the life's story. Very good work, Gary.

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    gxhpainter Yep can see lots of blue woad muta been one hell of a fight


    ATTA like your laughing house

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    AT-TA so pleased you like the colors and depths of this work... the bright borders are there to "contain" and restrain the inner work and play against the textures and colors therein...

    Eighty... thanks mate it was a heck of a fight to be sure.. thanks to stopping by and leaving a comment... I always appreciate that..

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    It really matches the title and shows once more that enthropy is sadly destined to increase up to when everything will eventually have the same temperature and look the same ... Impressive effects indeed.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Gary, must tell you, I have never really been impressed with that many abstracts before, but you have certainly changed my mind on that, so with saying that, I enjoy ALL of yours dear friend

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    Caesar...I think that even the second law of thermodynamics might not totaly describe the domain of color and energy... but I am a quantum field optimist

    Pat... what a wonderful complement. To have opened you to the possibilities of non representational painting and have you find them interesting is a great gift to me... thank you dear friend...

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    Yep, a high energy piece for sure Gary. I don't need to have my coffee or tea when I view your work. Caffeine and Gary's abstracts...too powerful. Kind of reminds me of the plate used in Chocolat where it spins and she asks her customers to tell her what they see.

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    Thanks Sandy... just stick to peppermint or chamomile while viewing and you will be ok...

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    I'm thinkin' blockhead with big smile or am I way off.
    Keep 'em coming Gary!
    My real name is Neal Gilbertson, AKA Gilbert Neilson, AKA Jibes.
    I'm a musician too. Please come hear my music at:
    http://www.icompositions.com/artists/jibes


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