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    Eye of the Rainbow

    this was a celebration of the creative.. hope you enjoy it.. and let the colors brighten your day as well!.
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    Hi Gary.....like the way you incorporated the colors of the rainbow within symbolises of the eye, a royal
    celebration of life and heatlh. Thank you dear friend for starting my day off with this uplifting image.
    'Another one for the wall'.....
    Steve

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    Now that's not exactly a process painting, but it's the painting of a process. Yeah, after every rain there's a rainbow as a promise of not having to suffer that flood again (unless you put on the same tear-jerker movie). . . And after the waterworks from the eye has lessened, we get the rainbow and the silver lining, judging from this the pot-o-gold which has been cleverly fashioned and worked into a crowning achievement. . . or repeat as needed until it works that way. Got to pay your dues if you want to play the blues and you know it don't come easy. . .

    It's as if we opened the seal and entered the arcane tomb for the first time in millennia, only to find out that the ancients had ArtRage. . . WOOOHOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Cool, I like the effect of the lines, it looks like a dark grey rain which gives the painting a mysterious quality
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    That's what art's about, isn't it -- at some point it's about the relationship between the art and the viewer, sort of like speed dating. (D Akey)

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevemawmv View Post
    Hi Gary.....like the way you incorporated the colors of the rainbow within symbolises of the eye, a royal
    celebration of life and heatlh. Thank you dear friend for starting my day off with this uplifting image.
    'Another one for the wall'.....
    Steve
    Thanks Steve, I hope you have a big wall ... part of this is actually a base layer from tilt and shift from yesterday, I use bits and pieces from other works a lot as a starting point, although in the end they might get totally covered up..

    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Now that's not exactly a process painting, but it's the painting of a process. Yeah, after every rain there's a rainbow as a promise of not having to suffer that flood again (unless you put on the same tear-jerker movie). . . And after the waterworks from the eye has lessened, we get the rainbow and the silver lining, judging from this the pot-o-gold which has been cleverly fashioned and worked into a crowning achievement. . . or repeat as needed until it works that way. Got to pay your dues if you want to play the blues and you know it don't come easy. . .

    It's as if we opened the seal and entered the arcane tomb for the first time in millennia, only to find out that the ancients had ArtRage. . . WOOOHOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!
    ah yes they did have art rage and they used stylus's as well . lots of royal symbols here to mess with.....

    Quote Originally Posted by AndreaMG View Post
    Cool, I like the effect of the lines, it looks like a dark grey rain which gives the painting a mysterious quality
    thanks AndreaMG, I desaturated it and then brought bits of color back in so it made for an interesting background....

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    Great colours and textures, Gary

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    It looks like a sparkly old style telephone... well to me anyway! I love the way we can all see something different in your work.

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    All those colors just sparkle.

    Like jewelry for the eyes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by justjean View Post
    Great colours and textures, Gary
    a kind word, thank you jean.

    Quote Originally Posted by copespeak View Post
    It looks like a sparkly old style telephone... well to me anyway! I love the way we can all see something different in your work.
    funny now I see that... totally unintentional but it certainly does look like that..

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilyn Anne View Post
    Like jewelry for the eyes!
    a very quotable phrase, I like it and it is a great compliment.. thanks very much Marilyn Anne

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    You certainly attend every day that rainbow arch place, dear Gary, and You already found the pot with gold and all other creative treasures of Your art You share with us continuously.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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