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Thread: Tangerine Dreamland

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    Tangerine Dreamland

    well after a nice walk along the river to rest my eyes after doing Comtoonisic... I found myself loving brushy textured work and this came out.. an almost watercolor !
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    Wow-dee-wow! Great! Has a lot of things going on which lend it a visual and intellectual richness that's quite satisfying. Like the difference between someone engaging you in conversation vs being given a cursory nod. This is a conversation.
    Last edited by D Akey; 02-23-2014 at 12:03 PM.
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    This painting takes me back in the centuries and seem to revive Middle Age or some Chinese Empire age and their certainties and firm and long lasting cultures.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Hi Gary,
    Very calming, must have been a very enjoyable walk....
    Of course I've tripped back to the sixties again, love the
    title...drop the 'land' and I 'am sure Edgar Froese would find it quite soothing as well.
    Take care,
    Steve

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    Makes me want to take a lemonade and some orange juice Nice Gary

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Wow-dee-wow! Great! Has a lot of things going on which lend it a visual and intellectual richness that's quite satisfying. Like the difference between someone engaging you in conversation vs being given a cursory nod. This is a conversation.
    thanks D Akey..always happy to engage you in conversation... all ways a rewarding experience.

    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    This painting takes me back in the centuries and seem to revive Middle Age or some Chinese Empire age and their certainties and firm and long lasting cultures.
    interesting comment Caesar not sure how it does that but gives me a fresh eye to view it.

    Quote Originally Posted by AndreaMG View Post
    Makes me want to take a lemonade and some orange juice Nice Gary
    now that sounds refreshing

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevemawmv View Post
    Hi Gary,
    Very calming, must have been a very enjoyable walk....
    Of course I've tripped back to the sixties again, love the
    title...drop the 'land' and I 'am sure Edgar Froese would find it quite soothing as well.
    Take care,
    Steve
    Steve I thought about leaving off the Land and just calling it Tangerine Dream... but fingers got the better
    and typed it on at the last second..

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