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Thread: Abstract three primary colors

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    Smile Abstract three primary colors

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    I like them both, too. Bubbles and flames - equally appealing images.
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    I like the first one the best, it has depth and is interesting. But No. 2 does nothing for me. To me, it has no focal point. That however is only my opinion and personal viewpoint. Thanks for sharing!
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    Of the two, I am more intrigued by the second one. In my personal flight of fancy I feel it should be called after Duchamp. In this case "Parrot Ascending a Staircase". Bright and full of movement. The bubble one is cool too. The colors most festive on the eyes. They are like music in a major key -- upbeat.

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    I've a fondness for the second one too. I find it "explorable" and worth the linger. It is one for "settling in" and rewards my patience.
    Both are fun exercises.
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    When I saw these two. I smiled. It brought back my memories when I first discovered Artrage. My first few paintings are colors and platte knife. Circle and movements. It's beautiful. I love both. As both comes with different mood and movements represented different stages when you picked up the ideas what to put on the canvas. So interesting to look at. I wish to see more from you

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    I love both, but the second one forces me to look at it again and again. I like the feathery structures, and the colour combinations.

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    I love the brightness and colours of the second one!

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    Wow these are great and I really like the first one. Love the feast of colours, well done
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