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Thread: The Forgotten

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    The Forgotten

    a sense of the writings and symbols of the past and its architecture over laid with traces of the present.
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    That's pretty interesting Gary. Like a dream sequence. It makes me think of Jung!
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    Gary, a lovely combination of colours, textures and shapes

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    This one is very delicate, sophisticate in a way. It's absolutely wonderful in my opinion with all these measuered and subtle composition of elements.
    I see here elegance and class.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    hypotaxis... thanks for your interest... I have not received a comment from you before so Hello! and thanks

    Caesar, Kenmo and Jean... thanks I am glad you like the grays and muted tones. I was trying to get the effect of an ancient wall with the mark and traces of the passing millennium...with the graffiti of the modern day..

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    loving the texture of the canvas with the muted colors. it's definitely not boring. not sure if it delivers the same impressions as your description , but very enjoyable and visually entertaining. at first glance I thought the upper left rectangle brush strokes were out of harmony, but somehow you managed to make it harmonize. I also liked the brush strokes that appear to be entering the piece from another place.
    Last edited by screenpainter; 11-29-2011 at 10:37 AM.

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