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Thread: Looking at Van Gogh

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    Looking at Van Gogh

    Vincent used fairly small brush strokes and his works are a mastery to inspire especially when seen very close.. so this sits somewhere between Vincent and Joan Mitchell.
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    Gary, I just cant keep up with youthis one is FANTASTIC, love, love it

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    Screenpainters suggestion to zoom in and look close very much applies here.

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    Excellent work Gary.
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    Hi Gary,

    Your color palet on this got me.

    DennyCayman

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    Really nice Gary, great colours.
    Geoff

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    Geoff, thanks glad you like the colors. here

    DennyCayman - welcome to the forum, and thanks for leaving a comment glad you like the color palette..

    BB and Pat thanks

    Docsmiith626.. so glad you mentioned clicking in for a larger view as screenpainter mentioned in another thread ...

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    a veritable smörgåsbord of color and shapes to delight. I see the influence of Joan Mitchell who is fantastic. interesting returning circle to some of the colors of your early works. Always delightful color and shapes at play. And how beautifully that deep purple in the frame and in the work sets off and unites the piece. It's fascinating to me the eye you have for framing. beautiful. I also appreciate the Klee like child's play going on in this piece.
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    Looking at Your vibrant brushstrokes I was relieved to see that You got artistically wild, but ... You're not going to cut Your ear!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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