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Thread: The Tiffany Forest

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    The Tiffany Forest

    Out of D Akey's glass flies the tiffany fairy to her forest of fragile leaves and flowers.
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    The green-yellow against the blue-purple is a joy for my eyes. Summing up with the faded forest and the playing fairy, makes me happy....and I do not believe that's a bad thing...

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    What an imaginative painting dear Sandy and so well done. I am sure that dear Mr Akey will love it
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    This is a really magical place, also for picnics or at least ... a breakfast! Awfully well executed!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Frisch, your comment makes me happy, thank you!
    Thank you dearest Katie!
    Haha Cesare, thanks!

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    Alexandra another of your magical places..so creative and wonderful..I can imagine wandering quietly through this woods hoping to spot some of the magical wildlife..

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    Wow, Sandy, I love this magical place you have created, wonderful painting

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    it does look like stained glass to me. the saturation of the orange of the fairy is quite a surprise compared to the background. so many wonderful textures in this.

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    Holy mackerel! I'll have what she's having!

    That's a great period feeling piece! Very Arthur Rackham! I love how you have integrated one idea with the other -- the monochrome with the color. Really cool combination. Nice picture making.

    I love it!!!!! WOOOOHOOOOO!!!!!
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    I love it Alexandra, very well done!
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