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Thread: Sybil's Dream

  1. #11
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    Really oustanding! This painting is somehow pulsing and breathing!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Love this one, seems to warm around one like a warm blanket. Well done Gary
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Awesome abstract painting. Feels like the colorful dreams outside not reaching in the center of deep hole yet. The colorful dream still expands and overlaps each others since they are transparent and not yet solid. Interesting that large shape of orange palette looks like a warmful path with little touch of two green trees. That's how I see it. Loving this painting

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    Quote Originally Posted by justjean View Post
    Perhaps Sybil is dreaming of sweeping away the dark to let the light in , great colours shapes and texture , Gary
    thank you justjean, sweeping away the dark is well put..

    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    I like it! Really feels deep. And it's very pleasing to the eye. Well done, Gxhpainter! In my free association, I kinda get a fantasy cross between Marc Chagall and the very old Little Nemo cartoons, plus a very strong personal voice on your own part with the division of shapes and color choices. And Sybil was vague and rolling out the ambiguity wasn't she. . . and all the while she could claim it she was right. And often times looking at abstraction kicks in a similar set of 'muscles'.
    thanks D Akey I am a little amazed at the reception this has received, happy as it was kind of just following an idea I got while thinking about some old oil paintings I found clean out the closet.... and how in oils darks are thin and transparent and when "painting" with light in the digital world darks are the subtraction of other colors, I was wishing we could build transparent darks.. and I guess we can after a fashion... anyway I digress, thanks for your comments..

    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    Really oustanding! This painting is somehow pulsing and breathing!
    lovely Caesar, can anything better be said about an abstract that it is pulsing and breathing? I think not... thanks my friend.

    Quote Originally Posted by coops View Post
    Love this one, seems to warm around one like a warm blanket. Well done Gary
    Katie, thanks and what a pleasure to have you drop by and comment

    Quote Originally Posted by pai View Post
    Awesome abstract painting. Feels like the colorful dreams outside not reaching in the center of deep hole yet. The colorful dream still expands and overlaps each others since they are transparent and not yet solid. Interesting that large shape of orange palette looks like a warmful path with little touch of two green trees. That's how I see it. Loving this painting
    pai... thank you I am glad you like this one.

  5. #15
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    Textures combined beautifully, and such an interesting and pleasing view Gary.
    Another gorgeous painting.

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    Thanks Sandy, I read that you are doing some abstracts in Pai's thread, weren't her works amazing! no doubt yours will be as well can't wait to see them.

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