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    The Lift

    One of those doodles that veer off and end up as something else.
    I have no clue what skiing resorts look like nor do I want to know what it is like wearing a pair of skis. I can't imagine myself going down a mountain other than being a snowball heading for the largest rock.
    I hope you enjoy this strange painting. Thanks for looking.
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    I agree Sandy, its not something I have wanted to do either but admire those that can. I like this one very much as it is so imaginative
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    I love it. It is wonderful how we start out perhaps thinking of doing one thing and then the possibilities of what is happening in the painting lead us somewhere entirely different. That is one of the things that makes Art Rage so exciting. It goes where ever your imagination wishes.

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    You perfectly captured the essence of those mountain places together with the feelings and experiences You may have, including the delightful scent of the pure air coming from the trees ...
    Moreover the pop-art-like style makes almost an icon of it to represent winter holidays.
    Thumbs up, really!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    As said before me,Sandy. Good to explore new ways of selfexpresion. It is usually so satisfying. Good colors.

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    Amazing coming up with this lovely piece Sandy, great imagination

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    Very unusual painting Sandra. I like the style and the textures!
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    Thanks Neal, one of those things where one thing leads to another, and I liked the effects. So hard to stop and call it finished some times with AR.

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