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    Immediate Image

    a highly key color study in contrast of textures seeking stasis.. comments always appreciated.
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    you seem to have a lot in common with Byron or are heading there. It's quite amazing what both of you do with artrage. Maybe it is just me, but I see a lot of commonalities in your works. Fascinating what you both do.

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    Fantastic!!!!! Great containment of the strong contrast elements. I see this as a chunking down the totality of it all into bite size bits. . . and then plating it up like a proper gourmet chef. . . Very cool!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    screenpainter...yes I think Byron and I probably have somewhat of the same process and bent of mind to creating painting. I too admire his works and do find inspiration in them..

    D Akey "Great containment of the strong contrast elements.".... that is what I think was needed .. the underlying work was the white and highly contrasted work and upon reflection I started making the strong horizontals to trap and contain that work and build its own contrasts... it seemed to work very well and I am very happy with this work.

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    Gary, the contrast in this one is so appealing and outstanding, you just get better and better all the time, love your work so much, it is just so alive

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    I love this contrast not only of colors, but also of artificial vs natural shapes. I could look at it over and over to the variety of stimuli with constant interest ....
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Pat and Caesar... glad you like this.. I was a bold attempt to organize the organic with the geometrical... believe it or not I started in AR just trying different colors and settings trying to get dry brush effect and then coloring over strokes to see if I could get a broken color effect and kept going... and this evolved... ...

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